Five Firms Win Spots on Navy’s Potential $851M Non-Nuclear Ship Modernization IDIQ

Jeff Brody

The U.S. Navy has awarded five companies positions on a potential five-year, $851M contract to modernize, sustain and repair non-nuclear surface vessels undergoing scheduled maintenance operations in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

Epsilon Systems Solutions, Pacific Shipyards International and Vigor Marine can vie for lot 1 delivery orders worth up to $671M, encompassing support for vessels such as the Navy's LCS and DDG-class ships, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

DoD added that Epsilon, PSI, MARISCO and Propulsion Controls Engineering will compete for lot 2 ship modernization orders worth potentially $180M.

All vendors will receive a $10K minimum guarantee and provide the facilities, human resources needed to carry out tasks under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

Naval Sea Systems Command received eight offers for the IDIQ through the FedBizOpps website. NAVSEA will obligate fiscal 2020 Navy operations and maintenance funds for each delivery order.

The Pentagon expects all contract services to be completed by January 2025.

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