Navy Picks Nine Firms for Cyber Space Technical, Professional Services Contracts

Nine companies have won potential seven-year contracts to provide technical, management and professional services in support of the U.S. Navy’s cyber space operations.

The Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific received 18 offers for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts, which cover support for interoperability of systems and capabilities at tactical, strategic and operational levels, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

According to a FedBizOpps notice, the cost-plus-fixed-fee contracts include support across several areas such as security engineering/cybersecurity; technology assessment, development and transition; systems engineering; requirements analysis; software development and prototyping; exercise and experimentation; software development and prototyping; modeling and simulation; hardware development and prototyping; and training.

Work will be performed in San Diego through May 6, 2022 under each contract’s three-year base term and could extend through May 6, 2026 if the two two-year option periods are exercised.

The awardees and their respective contract details are listed below:

  • BAE Systems: base value of $276.6M and ceiling value of $677.8M
  • Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH): base value of $273.9M and ceiling value of $672M
  • ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI): base value of $330.7M and ceiling value of $802M
  • Leidos (NYSE: LDOS): base value of $304.3M and ceiling value of $741.3M
  • Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC): base value of $273.2M and ceiling value of $673.2M
  • Parsons (NYSE: PSN): base value of $293.8M and ceiling value of $711M
  • Perspecta (NYSE: PRSP): base value of $303.5M and ceiling value of $739.9M
  • Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC): base value of $234.7M and ceiling value of $569.2M
  • Scientific Research Corp.: base value of $240.3M and ceiling value of $577.9M

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