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Navy Taps 4 Contractors to Help Develop Defense Readiness Support System

PentagonFour contractors will compete for task orders under a U.S. Navy contract to perform systems engineering and other technical support work on a Defense Department system intended to collect and report data on readiness.

The Navy will award the orders under the potential five-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract that includes two option years, the Pentagon said June 27.

Selected contractors will conduct market research into commercial and military hardware or software for potential use in the Defense Readiness Support System and associated interface programs, as well as other integrated systems and equipment.

Work will also include integration, testing and evaluation.

Awardees and contract details are included below:

  • Concurrent Technologies Corp. will compete for up to $61, 690, 080
  • Gryphon Technologies will compete for up to $78, 463, 954
  • InnovaSystems International will compete for up to $75, 566, 236
  • Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) will compete for up to $68, 203, 117

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