5 Firms Awarded Navy System Testing, Evaluation Contract Modifications

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Five companies have each received a six-month contract modification to continue performing analytical test and evaluation work on various systems for the U.S. Navy.

Alion Science and Technology, Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), CGI Federal (NYSE: GIB), Gryphon Technologies and Wyle Laboratories will perform work under separate contracts they won in June 2013, the Defense Department said Friday.

The Naval Supply Systems Command received seven offers for the program via the Internet and work under the contract modifications is scheduled to finish by December 2017.

Alion secured a $7.7 million modification,  bringing the estimated total contract value to $52.9 million.

Booz Allen secured a $8.7 million modification,  bringing the estimated total contract value to $59.7 million.

CGI secured a $7.7 million modification, bringing the estimated total contract value to $48.8 million.

Gryphon secured a $7.05 million modification,  bringing the estimated total contract value to $73.8 million.

Wyle secured a $8 million modification,  bringing the estimated total contract value to to $55.1 million.

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