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SAIC Claims Navy SSP Deal

SAIC (NYSE: SAI) secured a contract with the Navy Strategic Systems Programs  Command to support project management planning and systems integration services for the Navy’s enterprise resource planning program.

The deal includes a base year, with three one-year options for a potential total value exceeding $28 million.

The firm will oversee a variety of tasks including systems integrator assistance and support.

“We look forward to providing quality implementation services to help the Navy develop and sustain applications effectively across critical command components, ” said Jim Thigpen, senior vice president and business unit general manager. “These enhanced systems will enable the SSP Command to effectively accomplish its traditional mission of sea-based deterrence while undertaking work in new, complementary fields.”

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