Booz Allen, SAIC, URS, WBB Win Navy Program Mgmt, IT Services IDIQ

NavyKeyboardThe U.S. Navy has awarded four companies positions on a contract, where they will compete to provide the branch with program management and information technology programming and governance services.

The Defense Department said work under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract will support the energy and environmental readiness division within the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations.

Awardees and contract details include:

  • Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) won $13, 993, 386, will compete for $28, 695, 179
  • Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) won $14, 810, 221, will compete for $30, 540, 941
  • URS Corp. (NYSE: URS) won $15, 566, 983, will compete for $32, 230, 553
  • Whitney, Bradley and Brown Inc. won $14, 909, 914, will compete for $30, 110, 943

Work will also include technical environmental compliance, financial and policy analysis, public outreach and administrative services.

The Navy received five bids for the multiple award, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract through a full and open competition.

Contractors will perform work at their facilities in the Washington metropolitan region through Feb. 14, 2016 and could continue through 2019 if the Navy exercises all options.

The Navy is obligating $150, 000 to all companies at the time of award as a minimum guarantee and no funds will expire at the end of the current fiscal year.

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