BAE Wins Navy SATCOM Operations, Maintenance Extension

BAE-systems-logo_GovConWireBAE Systems has won a $27.4 million to continue operating and maintaining ground and satellite communications networks in Hawaii for the U.S. Navy.

The company will perform work at the Lualualei facility and also be responsible for training and supply chain management services at three other facilities, BAE said Tuesday.

That work will also occur at SATCOM Wahiawa Tactical Support Communications; Marine Corps Base Kaneohe Bay; and the Navy Radio Transmitter Facility.

BAE won a 2012 Defense Information Systems Agency Pacific Field Office Award in the DoD Gateways category for for its work at SATCOM Wahiawa.

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