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Serco Eyes Navy Shore C4ISR Support Work Through $968M IDIQ; Dave Dacquino Quoted

Jeff Brody
Dave Dacquino

Serco Group's North American division will compete for work to help the U.S. Navy update shore-based command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms via a  contract vehicle worth up to $968M over 10 years.

Naval Information Warfare Systems Command named Serco Inc. among the eight awardees on the multiple-award IDIQ covering design, installation, test and modernization of military C4ISR systems worldwide, the  company said Wednesday.

“We look forward to the opportunity to continue competing and performing on task orders that support essential improvements to the infrastructure for our sailors and marines,” said Dave Dacquino, chairman and CEO of Serco Inc. and former Wash100 Award recipient.

In August, NAVWAR tapped Serco to provide support services for naval ships and submarines as part of the command’s Global Installation Contract.

The company has supported NAVWAR over the past 28 years.

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