Navy Awards $636M Ship Engineering, Technical Services IDIQ to 7 Companies

U.S. Navy photo
U.S. Navy photo

Seven companies have won positions on a potential $636 million contract to perform engineering and technical support work on vessels operated by the U.S. Navy and allied forces.

Contractors will compete for work to help the military service update and install ship hulls as well as mechanical and electrical systems, the Defense Department said Friday.

The cost-plus-fixed-fee, multiple-award contract will run through March 2018 and the military service will issue funds with each individual task order.

Ninety-five percent of orders will come from the U.S. Navy and five percent from the Polish government.

The contract also includes an option for foreign military sales to the Australian, Greek and Taiwanese governments.

The awardees are:

  • AMSEC
  • BAE Systems
  • Delphinus Engineering
  • Epsilon Systems Solutions
  • General Dynamics Information Technology (NYSE: GD)
  • L3 Unidyne (NYSE: LLL)
  • Q.E.D. Systems

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