Sabre Awarded Potential $150M Navy Seaport-e Task Order for Systems & Software Engineering Support

Sabre Systems has landed a potential five-year,  $150 million task order under the U.S. Navy‘s Seaport-e contract vehicle to provide systems, software engineering and technical support for the service branch’s software engineering and acquisition management division.

Sabre said Friday it will also provide systems and test engineers, subject matter experts and support specialists to aid the Naval Air Warfare Center’s aircraft division and Naval Air Systems Command’s program management activity.

The company added its personnel will work to support software development, test and acquisition; systems and subsystems integration; avionics, software, air vehicle technology insertion; configuration management and program performance assessment analysis and planning functions.

The task order has a one-year base period with four option years.

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