Navy Selects Resource Management Concepts for $101M NAWCAD System IT Support IDIQ

Jeff Brody

Resource Management Concepts has won a potential four-year, $101.2M contract to provide information technology services for multiple U.S. Navy systems that support simulation and testing operations.

The company will help the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division manage and engineer IT components of avionics, aircraft and weapons platforms for NAWCAD's Integrated Battlespace Simulation and Test Department, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

The Navy received two offers for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract through a small business set-aside acquisition process and will obligate funds with each task order.

Seventy-one percent of work will take place in Patuxent River, Md., and the rest will occur at various locations in Florida, California and North Carolina.

The Pentagon expects contract services to be complete by July 2023.

Lexington, Md.-based RMC offers a range of services for government and commercial customers such as IT, cybersecurity, information assurance, environmental engineering and management sciences.

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