Contract Award – SAIC – $60 Million – Navy

The US Navy has awarded SAIC with a task order to provide support for the Tomahawk Weapons System. The award is worth $60 million with one base year and four one year options.

SAIC will work closely with the Naval Air Systems Command to provide technical support for the Tomahawk system. This includes systems engineering, safety, testing, configuration management and simulations. The Tomahawk system is designed to provide long range precision strikes against heavily defended or high value targets. John Fratamico, Senir VP and general manager of the business unit said “SAIC has supported the Tomahawk program through multiple generations of technology and is pleased to continue supporting this critical weapon system program in its evolving mission.”

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