Gryphon Lands $76M Contract to Provide Engineering Support to Navy PEO Integrated Warfare Systems

Gryphon Technologies has received a $75.9 million contract to offer engineering support services to the Ship Self-Defense System program office within the U.S. Navy‘s Program Executive Office for Integrated Warfare Systems through 2022.

The company said Wednesday the contract is a single-award, competitively-bid deal.

“We are honored to be selected to provide engineering support to the Navy’s integrated warfare and combat systems program,” said P.J. Braden, founder of Gryphon Technologies.

“Gryphon’s team of professionals will provide technical support to the Navy so they can defend our homeland and keep our country safe.”

PEO IWS supports the functional areas of system engineering, ship integration, test and product development for the SSDS integrated combat system.

The office also provides warfare systems and integrated combat system engineering services for carriers and large deck amphibious ships as well as assists other integrated product teams.

Gryphon Technologies provides professional and engineering services including marine engineering, program management, logistics and warfare systems integration.

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