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The US Department of Defense combats Coronavirus

 

In countries across the world, healthcare sectors have been hit hard by the Coronavirus pandemic. Mid-April, the US death toll from the virus passed 2,000 in a single day.

Defence Online has reported that the US Department of Defense (DoD) will invest more than $133 million to increase US domestic N95 mask production. The organisation wants to produce 39 million masks over the next 90 days.

 

Fight against Coronavirus

To support the DoD with the production of masks, contracts have been awarded to 3M ($76 million), O&M Halyward ($29 million) and Honeywell ($27.4 million).

The increased production will ensure the US Government gets dedicated long-term industrial capacity to meet the needs of the nation.

Funding for the fight against Coronavirus has been ongoing. At the beginning of March, the US President, Donald Trump, signed off on $8.3bn funding to combat coronavirus. The funding will be allocated to state and local public health systems, hospitals, and medical centres.

 

Work with the DoD

Now more than ever before it is vital that the public and private sectors work together. If your business wants to do business with the DoD, discover tenders in North America with DCI.

Whether you are looking for Navy, Air Force or Army contract opportunities, suppliers based internationally can find contract opportunities with the United States Department of Defence (DoD) using DCI’s business intelligence tools.

Defence suppliers play an important role in supporting the DoD, across its diverse set of requirements, in areas such as technology, equipment, support and infrastructure. Almost any business can win tender opportunities with the defence organisations which release tenders for all kinds of goods, works and services.

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