URS to Provide R&D, Engineering for Navy Electronic Warfare

URS Federal Services (NYSE: URS) will provide engineering, technical and program support for electronic warfare programs at the Naval Surface Warfare Center.

According to the Defense Department, the $7, 893, 315 fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract continues current services pending a competitive follow-on award.

Support work will cover research and development, system engineering, process engineering; modeling, simulation, analysis, prototyping, pre-production, model-making, fabrication support, system design documentation and technical data support.

The company will also provide the Navy software engineering, development, programming, system safety engineering, configuration management, test and evaluation, trials, logistics, supply, provisioning and training.

Work will occur in Crane, Ind. through May 2013 and the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Crane is the contracting activity.

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