The U.S. Navy has awarded eight companies six-year contracts worth $72.6 million combined to provide lifecycle, modernization and in-service engineering support for the service’s Arleigh Burke-class (DDG-51) guided-missile destroyers.
The Naval Sea Warfare Center Philadelphia Division launched a competitive procurement process and received eight offers for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.
The vendors will provide services for DDG-51 Flight I, Flight II, Flight IIA, Flight IIIA ships, hybrid electric drive, fuel control and integrated bridge control systems. The contract also includes cybersecurity and information assurance and modernization and obsolescence machinery control systems support for DDG 51-class ships.
The service branch will obligate $100,000 to each contractor using operation and maintenance, shipbuilding and other procurement funds for fiscal year 2021 and expects work to occur in Philadelphia through April 2027. The cost-plus-fixed-fee IDIQ contracts have a five-year ordering period.
The awardees are:
- American Systems
- Delphinus Engineering
- EHS Technologies
- General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) information technology business
- Green Expert Technology
- McKean Defense Group
- TDI Technologies
- The GBS Group