Navy Awards Six Management Support IDIQs

PentagonSix companies have each won potential three-year contracts to provide management support services for U.S. Navy warfighting, manpower and business transformation initiatives run by the deputy chief of naval operations for communications networks.

The Navy received 10 offers for the cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts via its electronic commerce website and the FedBizOpps website, the Defense Department said Wednesday.

Each contract contains one base year and two option years.

Contract details are as follows:

  • Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) won $15, 939, 976, will compete for $48, 281, 854
  • Engility Corp. (NYSE: EGL) won $12, 602, 253, will compete for $38, 017, 859
  • Gemini Industries won $15, 697, 139, will compete for $47, 563, 961
  • ManTech International (NASDAQ: MANT) won $16, 179, 488, will compete for $49, 217, 389
  • Serco Inc. won $12, 367, 548, will compete for $38, 073, 783
  • Whitney, Bradley and Brown won $15, 331, 792, will compete for $45, 995, 375

Awardees will work to provide the DCNO N6 strategic, operational and tactical level support for current and future requirements on programs, budgets, governance and policy initiatives.

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