The US Navy’s Seaport-Enhanced office has awarded Northrop Grumman Corp four taks orders valued at over $80 million. The four task orders are designed to support a variety of Navy programs, including utilizing Northrop Grumman’s analytical capability.
The three year, Special Access Support Program, task order commits Northrop Grumman to support on site analytic, technical, strategic, planning, managerial assessment and documentation of programs. Additionally, under the three year Information Technology, Modeling and Simulation Services task order, Northrop Grumman will develop, manage and maintain models, databases and knowledge management tools. Northrop will also work with US Central Command (CENTCOM) to help shape the security environment in CENTCOM areas of operations. Under the final task order, Northrop Grumman will conduct analytical and planning services for a number of commands. Gregory Schmidt, VP and general manager of the Northrop Grumman Technical Services’ Training and Simulation Group, said “Our top priority of all these task orders will be to demonstrate top performance at an exceptional price combined with complete commitment to customer satisfaction.”