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Navy Prepares C4I, Surface Combatant Tech Support Contract

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The U.S. Navy plans to award a new potential two-year contract for support work on the branch’s C4I, surface vessel warfare and tactical systems.

In a notice published Friday on FedBizOpps, the Navy said that contract would contain one base year and one option year.

General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) and Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) currently perform the work under a potential 10-year contract each company received in June 2004.

The service could award task orders for engineering, logistics and technical assistance for maritime C4I infrastructure as well as surface ship anti-submarine, undersea and mine warfare equipment.

Contractors would deliver the services to the Naval Sea Systems Command’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center in Virginia through the multiple-award contract.

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