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Centurum Wins Potential $99M Navy Satcom Services IDIQ

Jeff Brody

Centurum has won a potential $98.9M contract to provide satellite communications support for the U.S. Navy’s ashore and shipboard installations.

The company will help the service branch sustain, engineer, update and perform logistics work on satcom platforms through task orders under the single-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

The award has an $89.8M base value to cover a five-year period of performance and includes one six-month option that would extend work through May 2025.

Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic received one offer for the IDIQ and will initially obligate $165,804 in contract funds. Services will take place at various locations worldwide.

Centurum is headquartered in Marlton, N.J., and offers technical services in the areas of cybersecurity, systems engineering, network support, software engineering and information operations.

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