7 Firms Win IDIQ Contracts to Support Navy Meteorology, Oceanography Systems

Seven companies have won potential five-year contracts to provide software development and engineering support services for the U.S. Navy’s oceanography and meteorology systems.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific received nine proposals for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts that each contain a two-year base period and a three-year option, the Defense Department said Friday.

Work will occur in San Diego through August 2023 should the Navy exercise the option and also include information operations support.

The awardees and contract details are provided below:

  • Forward Slope: base value of $20.2 million with a $52.1 million ceiling if the option is exercised
  • General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) information technology business: base value of $20.9 million with a $53.8 million ceiling if the option is exercised
  • Geocent: base value of $18.3 million with a $47.4 million ceiling if the option is exercised
  • P&J Robinson: base value of $20.2 million with a $52 million ceiling if the option is exercised
  • Solers: base value of $22 million with a $56.8 million ceiling if the option is exercised
  • Solute: base value of $17 million with a $43.8 million ceiling if the option is exercised
  • Technology Unlimited Group: base value of $22.4 million with a $57.7 million ceiling if the option is exercised

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