Navy Issues RFP for Unmanned Mine Countermeasures, Submarine Warfare Tech

The U.S. Navy is looking for potential sources that can design, develop, integrate and test technologies to support the Naval Information Warfare Center’s follow-on effort for mine countermeasures and related unmanned vessel capabilities.

Contract work will cover hardware and software for maritime mission areas including MCM, explosive ordnance disposal, anti-submarine warfare and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, the Naval Information Warfare Center said a request for proposals published Wednesday on SAM.gov.

Specifically, services under the planned eight-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract include fabrication, assembly, demonstration, deployment, configuration management, operations and maintenance of technologies designed to detect and defend against undersea mines and other explosives.

The contract, which will have a four-year base period and four one-year options, will serve as a recompete of a prior IDIQ awarded to seven companies in 2015.

Responses to the RFP are due March 5.

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