SAIC, General Dynamics Win Potential $127M in Navy C4I IDIQs

General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GDinformation technology business unit and SAIC Inc. (NYSE: SAI) have won U.S. Navy contracts for work supporting command, control, communications, computers and intelligence efforts.

In an announcement Tuesday, the Defense Department said:

  • GDIT won a $39, 879, 448 contract potentially worth $68, 088, 406.
  • SAIC won a $34, 989, 671 contract potentially worth $59, 770, 489

Both three-year contracts include two one-year options.

The Pentagon said these are the first of two multiple award contracts.

Awardees will compete for task orders to perform work in areas including:

  • technology insertion
  • software engineering
  • modeling and simulation
  • testing
  • integrated logistics

GDIT and SAIC will perform 85 percent of the work in San Diego and the rest in Fairfax and McLean, Va.

The Pentagon expects work to complete Feb. 13, 2015.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific in San Diego is the contracting activity.

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