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Serco to Continue Naval Ship Design Work Under $125M Navy Contract

Serco‘s U.S. arm has secured a potential six-year, $125 million recompete contract to help the Naval Systems Engineering and Logistics Directorate design and engineer naval ships and associated systems.

Serco Inc. said Thursday it will support combatant ship integration efforts for the U.S. Navy’s surface ships, boats, autonomous vehicles and related combat systems, control systems and sensors.

The company will also help the Surface Ship Design and Systems Engineering Group develop ship and force architecture concepts and formulate the service branch’s shipbuilding programs.

The single-award contract has a one-year base period of performance with five option years.

Mike Fortune, vice president of maritime, engineering, technology and sustainment business at Serco, said the company’s naval ship design work with the Navy has enabled it to develop and update design tools and train engineers in emerging technology areas such as digital engineering and high-energy weapons integration.

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