Salient CRGT Books $88M in Navy International Security Assistance Support Contracts; Tom Ferrando Quoted

Salient CRGT will help the U.S. Navy deliver systems training, English language instruction and logistics support to allied forces under a pair of contracts worth potentially $88 million combined.

The company said Monday it received a $70 million contract covering support services to the Naval Education & Training Security Assistance Field Activity after the military branch issued a $17 million recompete award supporting the Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence.

Work will involve efforts to develop and facilitate technical courses for allies, such as the Royal Saudi Naval Forces, as part of the Navy’s International Security Assistance program.

“Our thorough understanding of language instruction gained from our experience at the Department of State’s Foreign Service Institute was the key factor in selecting us to perform the work,” said Tom Ferrando, CEO of Salient CRGT.

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