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SAIC Lands $349M Contract for Navy Tactical Network Engineering Services

The U.S. Navy has awarded Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) a five-year, $349.5 million contract to engineer the branch’s afloat and ashore tactical networks.

SAIC will carry out in-service engineering work to help the Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific sustain the operational effectiveness and peak capacity of TACNET infrastructure, the Department of Defense said Friday.

Work under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity award includes network data assurance accreditation, integration, command, control, communications, and intelligence equipment, system analysis and upgrades, and remote assistance and repairs.

SAIC is expected to perform most of its work in San Diego as well as at DOD-run ashore and afloat facilities worldwide.

The Navy will finance the services with its budget for operations and maintenance, research, development, test and evaluation, shipbuilding and conversion, and other procurement activities. Funds will be obligated on a per-order basis.

Military Services Intelligence: Plans and Priorities Forum

SAIC is sponsoring GovCon Wire’s next in-person event, “Military Services Intelligence: Plans and Priorities Forum,” which will feature Navy Vice Adm. Jeffrey Trussler, deputy chief of naval operations for information warfare, as keynote speaker and will take place Dec. 14 at 2941 Restaurant in Falls Church, Virginia.

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