BAE, Serco, SRC Awarded $1.8B in IDIQ Contracts to Support Navy Ship C4I Systems

Jeff Brody

BAE SystemsSerco Inc. and Scientific Research Corp. have won 10-year contracts worth up to $1.81B combined to provide integrated command, control, communications, computers and intelligence systems for the U.S. Navy's shipbuilding programs.

Contractors will help the Navy engineer, fabricate, assemble, test, install and perform logistics work on C4I system of systems aboard large deck amphibious ships and new construction aircraft carriers, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

The integrated infrastructure is designed to support networking and communications functions necessay for the service branch to manage naval missions and flight safety.

DoD said the Navy will obligate as much as $747.1M on orders for all three indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts.

Contract details are as follows:

  • BAE can compete for up to $601.5M
  • Serco can compete for up to $608.2M
  • SRC can compete for up to $599.5M

The Pentagon expects work to be complete by June 2029.

Each contractor will receive $50K on the initial task order from the Navy's fiscal 2017 shipbuilding and conversion; fiscal 2019 research and development; and fiscal 2019 shipbuilding and conversion funds.

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