The deal, announced Friday by the Department of Defense, will provide for extended dry-docking selected restricted availability, or EDSRA, during fiscal year 2018.
Typically, EDSRA involves routine dry dock work, hull preservation and repairs to both the propulsion system and the naval vessel, including mechanical and electrical systems.
The contract from Naval Sea Systems Command is valued at more than $36.6 million under a firm-fixed-price contract, which includes options that could surge the total cumulative value of the contract to more than $96.7 million if exercised, the Pentagon said.
Work on the contract will occur in Norfolk, Va., and is expected to be complete by July 2019.
The total cumulative value of the contract without exercised options has been obligated to BAE Systems at time of award from Navy fiscal 2018 operations and maintenance funds, along with Navy fiscal 2018 other procurement funds, the Pentagon said.
More than $18.6 million of the obligated funds will expire at the end of the current fiscal year in September.
In October 2000, the guided missile destroyer was attacked by al-Qaeda terrorists while refueling off the coast of Yemen in Aden’s ship harbor. Seventeen U.S. Navy Sailors were killed in the attack and 39 were injured.