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US Navy Awards $99M Software Development, Maintenance IDIQ

ContractThe U.S. Navy has awarded contracts worth a total of $98, 960, 000 to nine companies for the development, testing, fielding and maintenance of the service’s strike planning and execution systems software.

Each contractor will have the opportunity to compete for individual task orders to design, evaluate, integrate and deploy the software system under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts, the Defense Department said Wednesday.

The vendors are:

The companies will perform work at their respective facilities in California, Virginia, Alabama and Pennsylvania through February 2020.

The Naval Air Systems Command received nine proposals through a multiple award solicitation.

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