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Navy Taps 4 Contractors for Shore Network Support Services

cables network networkingFour companies have been awarded three-year contracts to provide in-service accreditation, engineering, integration, life cycle support, production and sustainment services for U.S. Navy shore networks.

The military branch picked Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), Engility (NYSE: EGL), King Technologies and Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) for the multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts, the Defense Department said Monday.

Work also covers support for network components, network service platforms and non-integrated shore systems of joint DoD and Navy shore units globally.

The contracts’ base and ceiling values are provided below:

  • Booz Allen: base value of $46.3 million with a $78.5 million ceiling if all options are exercised
  • Engility: base value of $48.7 million with a $82.4 million ceiling if all options are exercised
  • King Technologies: base value of $52.5 million with a $88.6 million ceiling if all options are exercised
  • SAIC: base value of $49.8 million with a $83.9 million ceiling if all options are exercised

Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific received eight bids for the contracts through a solicitation on the FedBizOpps and e-Commerce Central websites.

Contractors will perform work in San Diego, California and various locations inside and outside the continental U.S. through Nov. 27, 2019.

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