Navy Selects Four Firms to Develop C4ISR Positioning, Navigation & Timing Systems

The U.S. Navy has selected four contractors to provide emerging positioning, navigation and timing technologies to power command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance applications.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center selected Riverside EngineeringCoherent Technical ServicesWhitney, Bradley & Brown and Solute to compete for task orders in a potential five-year contract, the Defense Department said Wednesday.

The Navy received four proposals for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, cost-plus-fixed-fee multi-award procurement vehicle, which has a two-year base term and one three-year option.

Contract details are provided below:

  • Coherent Technical Services – $12.1M base value and $31M ceiling value
  • Riverside Engineering – $14.4M base value and $37.1M ceiling value
  • Solute – $9.9M base value and $25.4M ceiling value
  • Whitney, Bradley & Brown – $10.5M base value and $26.8M ceiling value

Work will take place in San Diego and could extend through 2023 if all contract options are exercised.

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