Ed Casey Breaks Down Serco’s $1.4 Billion C4ISR ID/IQ Win

Ed Casey

Serco won a spot on the Navy’s new $1.4 billion SPAWAR ID/IQ contract.

The contract focuses on the installation and testing of C4ISR systems, and carries performance term of three years with a single two-year option.

Serco will bid for work on program management and engineering design tasks, as well as installation support services at shore facilities and on surface ships, submarines, and other Navy vehicles.

The firm has worked on C4ISR solutions in the past for the Air Force, Coast Guard, Customs and Border Patrol and port authorities around the country.

“Serco takes pride in the work and solutions we deliver to the U.S. Navy, ” CEO Ed Casey said. “We are honored to have been awarded this contract and look forward to continuing our support to the Navy’s afloat and shore-based systems.”

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