Navy Picks 14 Companies for Potential $900M C5ISR Computing, Infrastructure Services IDIQ

NavyC5ISRFourteen businesses have won positions on a potential five-year, $899, 543, 435 U.S. Navy contract for transport computing and infrastructure services related to C5ISR (command, control, communications, computers, combat systems, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance).

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic received 21 bids for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract via its e-Commerce Central and the FedBizOpps websites, the Defense Department said Friday.

SSC Atlantic will award up to $179, 908, 687 during the initial base year.

Contractors will compete for task orders to research, develop, test, evaluate, produce and field tools for C5ISR, information operations, enterprise information services and space.

SSC Atlantic could issue the orders on a fixed-price-incentive or firm-fixed-price basis.

Awardees include:

  • CACI International (NYSE: CACI)
  • Centurum Information Technology
  • Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC)
  • DRS Technical Services
  • General Dynamics (NYSE: GD)
  • Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT)
  • ManTech International (NASDAQ: MANT)
  • M.C. Dean
  • Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC)
  • Secure Mission Solutions
  • Sotera Defense Solutions
  • Systems Research and Applications Corp.
  • Scientific Research Corp.
  • STG Inc.

CACI, CSC, General Dynamics, Lockheed, SAIC and STG also holds spots on a related contract worth up to $899, 543, 400 for cyber equipment and services.

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