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6 Companies Win Potential $231M Naval Curriculum Devt & Maintenance Contracts

U.S. NavyThe U.S. Navy has awarded six companies contracts worth up to $230.6 million combined for curriculum development and maintenance services to the military branch’s Naval Training Products and Services Program.

Each indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has an ordering period of three years and a three-year option period that could extend work through October 2022, the Defense Department said Tuesday.

Estimated ceiling values of the contracts’ initial base years total $112.7 million.

Awardees are:

  • Camber
  • AECOM’s (NYSE: ACM) URS Federal Services business
  • General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) IT subsidiary
  • CACI International’s (NYSE: CACI) CACI-CMS Information Systems Inc.
  • Salient CRGT
  • Harold and Associates

The Navy received 14 offers for the contracts through a competitive procurement process via the FedBizOpps website and will obligate $5, 000 for each contractor from the service branch’s operations and maintenance funds in fiscal 2017

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