US Navy Awards $232M C4I Systems Integration IDIQ to Five Firms

NavyC4ISRFive companies have won a three-year, $232, 068, 059 contract to engineer and integrate command, control, communications, computers and intelligence systems for the U.S. Navy and foreign clients.

C4 Planning Solutions, Cambridge International Systems, Envistacom, Forward Slope and Solute Consulting will perform the tasks for U.S. security assistance and overseas security cooperation programs, the Defense Department said Wednesday.

Some work will occur through foreign military sales agreements, DoD said.

The firms will deliver the orders through July 2018 to various locations abroad based on each delivery order requirement.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command received 22 small business bids for the contract via the FedBizOpps and SPAWAR e-Commerce Central websites.

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