Huntington Ingalls Wins $143M for Nuclear Submarine Support

Huntington Ingalls will take in up to $142, 719, 375 from the U.S. Navy to support American nuclear submarines on a modification to a previously awarded contract.

The Defense Department announced the award on Oct. 25 and expects the contractor to complete related work in Newport News, Va. by September 2013.

That work includes support for design, research and development, configuration management and integrated logistics.

Huntington will also provide the branch with engineering, technical, modernization, trade and industrial support.

The Pentagon’s release indicates just less than $60 million in contract funds will expire at the end of the fiscal year, with just more than $1 million obligated to Huntington on the award date.

The Naval Sea Systems Command in Washington is the contracting activity.

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