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Navy Hands Down Max $900M C5ISR Support IDIQ

U.S. Navy
U.S. Navy

The U.S. Navy has awarded seven companies positions on a potential $899, 543, 000 contract for helping design and produce capabilities in C5ISR (command, control, communications, computers, combat systems, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance).

According to the Defense Department, the base year is worth $179, 908, 687 and the contract covers production, installation and in-service support services.

Awardees include:

  • AMSEC L.L.C.
  • BAE Systems
  • Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC)
  • Engility (NYSE: EGL)
  • Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI)
  • Serco
  • Scientific Research Corp.

(click here for our coverage of BAE and Engility’s positions on a $750 million C4ISR engineering IDIQ)

The Navy received 15 offers for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract via the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center’s e-Commerce Central and FedBizOpps websites.

Contractors will focus on submarine and surface ship new construction, modernization, systems production integration, installation and life cycle support of systems and subsystems integrated within or in support of platforms.

Platforms will be both afloat- and shore-based, the Pentagon said.

Support services will also include acquisition, testing and configuration management.

Work will occur worldwide through December 2013 and could continue until December 2017 if the Navy exercises all options.

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