Navy Picks 21 Companies for $14.5B Contract
- By Patience Wait
- May 08, 2001
The Naval Sea Systems Command has chosen 21 vendors for its multiple award task-order contract to provide professional support services. The contract has a $14.5 billion ceiling over fifteen years, assuming two five-year options are exercised.
Under the contract, the winning companies will compete for task orders to provide professional services at Navsea and its directorates, program executive offices and field offices.
Services include program management, engineering, logistics and financial management. The multiple-award contract is part of Navsea's strategy to move to performance-based contracting for support services.
The work will be performed at 10 locations in Northern Virginia, three in Maryland and one in Washington. The amount of work at each site will be determined as task orders are awarded.
The contracts contain a guaranteed minimum order of $25,000, with a maximum of $5 billion per task.
The companies on the contract are:
ADI Technology Corp., Alexandria, Va.
Advanced Engineering & Research Associates Inc., Alexandria
Gray Hawk Systems Inc., Alexandria
John J. McMullen Associates Inc., Alexandria
ANADAC Inc., Arlington, Va.
Columbia Research Corp., Arlington
Computer Sciences Corp., Arlington
DTI Associates Inc., Arlington
Anteon Corp., Fairfax, Va.
BAE Systems Applied Technologies Inc., Rockville, Md.
CACI Technologies Inc. and TMASC Joint Venture, Chantilly, Va.
EG&G Technical Services, Inc., Gaithersburg, Md.
GRC International Inc., Vienna, Va.
Gryphon Technologies LC, Washington
Litton PRC Inc., McLean, Va.
Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems Inc., Bethesda, Md.
Logicon Inc., Falls Church, Va.
Planning Consultants Inc., Virginia Beach, Va.
Unified-ZAI Joint Venture, Springfield, Va.
Vredenburg, Reston, Va.