Army Names 2 Awardees on $299M Contract for CBRN Filters

The U.S. Army has awarded two spots on its potential five-year, $298.8 million contract that provides for 21 chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear filters and related assembly components.

Design West Technologies and HDT Global‘s expeditionary systems business will compete for each order of the Army’s firm-fixed-price contract, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

The order will determine work locations and funding. Contract deliverables are expected to be met by Dec. 22, 2026.

Army Contracting Command, the contracting activity, launched an online solicitation for the contract and received two bids.

DWT is a Tustin, California-based manufacturer that specializes in CBRN products and holds several government contracts involving weapons systems. Meanwhile, HDT operates from its Solon, Ohio headquarters and expeditionary shelter systems and other products in support of its military, government and commercial market customers.

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