Telephonics Subsidiary Lands $119M Navy Systems Engineering Task Order

Telephonics Subsidiary Lands $119M Navy Systems Engineering Task Order

A Telephonics subsidiary has secured a $119M task order from the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division to perform threat-based engineering support for U.S. Navy weapons and combat systems development programs.

Telephonics' systems engineering group will create physics-based models, analyze intelligence, develop simulations and integrate software as part of the task order awarded under the SeaPort-NxG contract, the company said Monday.

Columbia, Md.-based SEG will continue to support the branch's threat engineering team by applying data and knowledge in areas such as integrated air and missile defense, space sensing and counter-hypersonics.

The group won a spot on the potential $50B Navy procurement vehicle for engineering and program management services in late 2018.

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