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Four Companies Secure $176M in Navy Electronics Support IDIQs

Jeff Brody

Deloitte Consulting, Serco Inc.McKean Defense Group and Aluttiq have secured potential seven-year contracts worth up to $176.4M combined to help the U.S. Navy maintain electronic systems intended for use in technology development, experiment and demonstration efforts.

All four contractors are eligible to compete for task orders to provide sustainment and technical support for electronics or special projects to the Navy, Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection and other federal agencies, the Department of Defense said Monday.

Each indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a three-year base period that runs through July 7, 2022, along with a pair of two-year options.

Contract details are provided below:

Deloitte: Base value of $21.6M and ceiling value of $52.6M
Serco: Base value of $18.2M and ceiling value of $44.4M
McKean Defense: Base value of $17.6M and ceiling value of $42.6M
Alutiiq: Base value of $15.3M and ceiling value of $36.7M

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