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US Navy Announces Contract Awards to Serco and SAIC To Install Integrated Systems

Serco Logo_ExecutiveBizTYSONS CORNER, VA, October 29,  2015 – US Navy announced the contract award to  Serco Inc. and Science Applications International Corp. to install integrated systems ashore or on board the U.S. Navy’s ships

The one-year contracts are worth $17, 959, 283 and $17, 113, 248, respectively.

The scope of work is to provide production management and transition support; integration and fabrication support; system and component procurement support; and network integration engineering facility production services.

Serco and SAIC will perform work in San Diego, California, through Oct. 25, 2016.

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