Navy Picks Five Contractors for Potential $100M Expeditionary Warfare Tech Dev’t OTA

Jeff Brody

Four companies and one university research organization have won spots on a potential six-year, $100M other transaction agreement to develop expeditionary warfare technology protoypes for the Naval Sea Systems Command.

The U.S. Navy announced the multiple-party OTA award in a FedBizOpps notice posted Monday.

According to a solicitation notice, the service branch wants advanced sensors, weapons and other technology that could support land and sea EXW missions in littoral or near-coastal environments.

Selected contractors will conduct prototyping efforts under the program's expeditionary maneuver, amphibious operations, land maneuver and threat engagement technological areas.

The OTA contains a two-year base period and two two-year options.

Awardees are: 

  • AAI
  • Applied Research Associates
  • CSS WERX
  • EPS
  • Florida State University's Sponsored Research Administration

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