3 Firms Awarded Navy Defense Readiness Reporting Tech Support Contracts

The U.S. Navy has awarded three companies contracts to provide software development and systems engineering support for the service branch’s Global Readiness and Force Management Enterprise program.

GRFME covers the Defense Readiness Reporting System-Strategic and other platforms that report readiness-related information to the DRRS system, the Defense Department said Friday.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific selected Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), InnovaSystems International and Sotera Defense Solutions for the cost-plus-fixed-fee contracts.

The Navy received five proposals for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts that have a two-year base term and one three-year option.

Task orders encompass integration, lifecycle maintenance, testing, helpdesk support, installation and system documentation services for GRFME.

Contract details are provided below:

  • Booz Allen — $25.8 million base value and $91.5 million ceiling value
  • InnovaSystems — $25.4 million base value and $88.5 million ceiling value
  • Sotera — $29.3 million base value and $101.7 million ceiling value

Work will run through March 8, 2023 should the service exercise all options.

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