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7 win $900M Navy contract for submarine C5ISR capabilities

Contract puts special focus on submarine and surface platforms

EDITOR'S NOTE: This story has been updated to add two companies that were inadvertently left off the list winners.

Seven contractors have won a $179.9 million task order contract to provide production, installation and in-service support services to the U.S. Navy for work on submarines and other platforms. With options, the contract hits $899.5 million.

The seven contractors that won are as follow:

  • AMSEC LLC
  • BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services Inc.
  • Computer Sciences Corp.
  • Engility Corp.
  • Science Applications International Corp.
  • Serco
  • Scientific Research Corp.

Services to be performed include design support, acquisition, production, integration, testing, installation and configuration management of certified command, control, communications, computers, combat systems, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities.

There is a special focus on submarine and surface new construction, modernization, systems production/integration, installation and life cycle support of systems and subsystems integrated within or in support of the subsurface and surface platforms, afloat and based on the shore, according to a Defense Department announcement.

Contract options will bring the total value of this contract to $899.5 million, with work being performed worldwide until December 2017; otherwise, work is expected to be completed in December 2013.

This contract received 15 offers via full and open competition on the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center e-commerce Central website and the Federal Business Opportunities website, the announcement said.

Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic, in Charleston, S.C., is the contracting activity.

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Mark Hoover is a staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at mhoover@washingtontechnology.com, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.

Reader Comments

Thu, Dec 20, 2012 Editor

We'll have to chalk this one up to human error. We've added the missing companies and apologize for the mistake.

Thu, Dec 20, 2012

The release from Defense Contracts included two other winners. Why did you not include them? AMSEC L.L.C., Virginia Beach, Va. (N65236-13-D-4863);
BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services Inc., Rockville, Md. (N6523-13-D-4864);
Computer Sciences Corp., Falls Church, Va. (N65236-136-D-4865);
L-3 Services Inc. (Engility), Mount Laurel, N.J. (N65236-13-D-4866);
Science Applications International Corp., McLean, Va. (N65236-13-D-4867);
Serco, Reston, Va. (N65236-13-D-4868); and
Scientific Research Corp., Atlanta, Ga., (N65236-13-D-4869)

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