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SAIC Wins Multi-Million Dollar Engineering Deal from Navy

According to SAIC (NYSE: SAI), they have won a task order by the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) – Crane Division to support its Joint Special Operations Response Department (JSORD) with technical and engineering services. The follow-on contract has a two year base period of performance, three one-year options, and a total value of more than $351 million, if all options are exercised. Work will be performed at NSWC Crane facilities in Crane, Ind. The task order was awarded under the U.S. Navy’s SeaPort-e contract.

NSWC- Crane’s JSORD provides the Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with specialized training and support in sensors, communications, mobility, maneuverability, and special munitions and weapons. Under the task order, SAIC will provide services in areas including scientific and engineering analysis; test and evaluation; technical data and integrated logistics support; field engineering; and configuration and data management. These services will support JSORD sensor and weapon programs, with emphasis on electro-optic systems.

“We look forward to continuing our support of NSWC Crane by providing leading technology solutions to help address challenges of sensor and weapon development and integration for air, surface and unmanned platforms, ” said Tom Baybrook, SAIC senior vice president and business unit manager.

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