Five Firms Awarded Spots on $945M Navy IDIQ for Cyber Mission Systems

Five firms have landed spots on a potential seven-year, $949.9M U.S. Navy multiple award contract to provide cyber mission systems, kits and supplies that would support the warfighter’s needs for wireless communications, detection, collection and equipment exploitation.

Cambridge International Systems, Grove Resource Solutions, PeopleTec, Systems Technology Forum and UEC Electronics will compete for task and delivery orders across a five-year base period and a two-year option subject to exercise, the Defense Department said Thursday.

The companies may also work to sustain, maintain and dispose items as required.

Work will take place at locations around the globe through August 2023, and continue up to August 2025 if the option is exercised.

The service branch will initially obligate $25K for each awardee at the time of award under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic solicited for the awards competitively via the FedBizOpps website and received a total of 13 proposals.

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