Navy Picks 7 Firms for Cyberspace Research, Tech Integration Support Contracts

software-engineeringSeven companies have won separate potential five-year contracts to provide technology integration, cyberspace science, research and engineering support to the U.S. Navy.

Each of cost-reimbursement contracts have a base term of three years with an additional two-year option and the Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific received 13 proposals, the Defense Department said Thursday.

SPAWAR selected Raytheon (NYSE: RTN), Leidos (NYSE: LDOS), Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC),  Scientific Research Corp., and Vencore.

Contract values for individual companies are as follows:

  • Raytheon: base value of $98 million with a $166 million ceiling if all options are exercised
  • Leidos: base value of $89 million with a $150 million ceiling if all options are exercised.
  • Booz Allen: base value of $88.6 million with a $150 million ceiling if all options are exercised
  • Northrop: base value of $88 million with a $148.3 million ceiling if all options are exercised
  • SAIC: base value of $84.6 million with a $142.2 million ceiling if all options are exercised
  • SRC: base value of $81 million with a $137.5 million ceiling if all options are exercised
  • Vencore: base value of $80.1 million with a $135 million ceiling if all options are exercised

All multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts cover systems engineering, technology assessment, requirements analysis, software and hardware prototyping and development, experimentation, simulation and modeling, cybersecurity, transition, technical and operational support and training services, according to DoD.

DoD said work will occur in San Diego, California, and other locations within and outside the continental U.S. through Sept. 14, 2019.

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