The U.S. Navy has awarded a set of contracts potentially worth nearly $171 million total for command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence systems engineering support.
The Defense Department said Friday that the group of contractors will analyze command and intelligence systems, define concepts and develop and design systems for interoperability.
Each three-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract includes a two-year option and companies will compete for task orders to perform work.
Contract details include:
- Accenture‘s (NYSE: ACN) federal services business won $25,288,120, potentially worth $43,390,845
- Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) won $20,782,994, potentially worth $35,596,517
- SAIC Inc. (NYSE: SAI) won $23,466,994, potentially worth $40,189,743
Eight offers were submitted via the FedBizOpps and Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center e-Commerce Central websites.
Booz Allen will perform all work under its multiple award, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract in San Diego and Accenture and SAIC will both perform 90 percent of work in San Diego, with the rest at contractor facilities in Virginia.
Work under the multiple award, cost-plus-fixed fee contracts should finish by May 10, 2015 and SPAWAR Pacific is the contracting activity, the Pentagon said.
Several other companies recently won positions on under a 5 million contract for commercial off-the-shelf computers and related equipment.
Dell, GTSI Corp., Intelligent Decisions, Iron Bow Technologies and World Wide Technology will compete for individual delivery orders to provide computers and servers.