The Defense Department said Monday awardees that are eligible to provide systems, hardware, software, network, security engineering, testing and evaluation services to the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific via task orders.
SPAWAR also seeks service logistics planning, post development assembly and testing, world-wide system maintenance, user documentation and training, installation and fielding of systems at user sites.
DoD noted each contract has three base years and one two-year option and work will occur in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and at contractor facilities through July 10, 2019.
If options are exercised, the potential value of AS&T’s contract would increase from an initial $35.1 million base value to $60 million.
Data Intelligence’s contract carries a $33.1 million base value and a $56.1 million ceiling, while 22nd Century Technologies’ contract starts at $29.8 million and could jump to $50.3 million if all options are exercised.
SPAWAR awarded the contract as a total small business set-aside and received six proposals.