Gryphon to Support Navy Surface Ship Maintenance Program Under $84M Task Order

Gryphon Technologies has won a potential $83.5 million task order for engineering and technical services to the U.S. Navy‘s Surface Maintenance and Engineering Planning Program.

The company said Wednesday it will help the Naval Sea Systems Command establish a centralized system to develop management requirements as well as plan maintenance efforts across the surface ship fleet’s life cycle.

Work could occur through August 2022 if all options are exercised and covers availability planning, executive and program management, mission and administrative and Fleet/Type Commander Technical Support services.

Gryphon secured the order after a full and open competition and said locations of work include SSURFMEPP headquarters in Virginia, as well as various locations within the continental U.S. and overseas.

The company was also awarded a $75.9 million contract last year to support the Ship Self-Defense System program of the Navy’s Program Executive Office for Integrated Warfare Systems.

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