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SAIC, FGM and Booz Allen Hamilton Win Navy NECC Contracts Totaling $172.3 Million

Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC), FGM Inc. and Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., have won Navy Net-Enabled Command Capability  (NECC) contracts totaling $172.3 million. The three contractors will compete for indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (ID/IQ) task orders to provide systems engineering support to the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) during the two-year contract period, which includes a single three-year option, according to a Defense Department announcement made July 1.

The NECC provides synchronized joint and multinational operations for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, as well as Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence to support the entire force projection cycle. Support services will include technical operations, integrated logistics, test and evaluation, training, modeling and simulation, security engineering, and other related systems engineering support.

SAIC was awarded task orders under the contract worth $20.1 million. The additional three-year option, if exercised, would bring the contract’s value to $55.4 million. FGM’s task orders under the contract with a potential value of $21.4 million. If exercised, the three-year option period would bring the total value of the contract to $60.2 million.  Booz Allen Hamilton was awarded $20.4 million in task orders under the IDIQ contract over two years, including one three-year option period which would bring the cumulative value of the contract to $56.7 million.  The work will be performed at DISA locations in the Washington, D.C., area, and should be completed by June 30, 2011.

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