US Navy Awards Data Link Systems Contracts to Three Firms

cablesComputer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC), Odyssey Systems Consulting Group and Tactical Engineering & Analysis Inc. have each won contracts to engineer and configure tactical data link systems for the U.S. Navy.

Each company will compete for task orders during the ordering period and each indefinite-delivery/indefinite-delivery contract covers up to five years of work through three base years and a two-year option period, the Defense Department said Wednesday.

The companies will provide research, systems and software engineering, configuration management, software design, hardware and software integration, test analysis and reporting, and quality assurance services under the contracts.

Contract details include:

  • CSC will compete for up to $30, 136, 398
  • Odessey Systems will compete for up to $27, 128, 654
  • Tactical Engineering & Analysis will compete for up to $33, 275, 314

Work will take place in San Diego and Wakefield, Mass.

The Navy received four proposals through an open solicitation via the FedBizOpps and Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command e-Commerce Central websites.

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