Serco Inc. Wins $131M NAVFAC Lifecycle Sustainment Support Contract

Serco Logo_ExecutiveBizThe U.S. Navy has awarded Serco Inc. a potential six-year, $131.5 million contract to provide lifecycle sustainment support for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command’s access control and command, physical security, computers, communications and intelligence systems.

NAVFAC’s engineering and expeditionary warfare center awarded the firm-fixed-price contract through competitive procurement with six bids received as part of the Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Ashore Program, the Defense Department said Tuesday.

Services include preventive maintenance, information assurance vulnerability alert, asset management, technical system updates, programmatic trend analysis, service calls resolution and configuration management.

Work will occur at various U.S. naval bases worldwide through January 2021 if the service branch exercises all options, according to DoD.

NAVFAC will obligate $22 million from fiscal 2016 maintenance and operation funds at the time of award.

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