Titan rounds out year with pair of contract wins
- By Joab Jackson
- Jan 02, 2002
Titan System Corp. has been awarded two government contracts with a combined value of up to $32 million, the company announced Dec. 27.
The Department of Labor awarded the company, a subsidiary of Titan Corp., San Diego, a one-year General Services Administration vehicle to provide IT services. The contract has a $14 million ceiling.
In addition, the U.S. Navy awarded Titan a one-year contract, with four one-year options, to develop computer-simulated wargames, potentially worth $18 million.
For the Navy's Pacific Fleet, Titan will design and execute over 150 wargames for advanced tactical training, utilizing the Navy's Enhanced Naval Warfare Gaming System and the Marine Corps' Marine Air-Ground Task Force Tactical Warfare Simulation system.
The games will incorporate military naval operations such as expeditionary warfare, anti-terror warfare, force protection, information warfare and fleet and joint operations. They will be used by senior U.S. military officers and allies in the Pacific region. The work will be accomplished in San Diego and at other Pacific Fleet locations.
"Titan has been providing this computer simulation expertise to the Navy for the past 13 years," said Gene Ray, president and chief executive officer of Titan.
The Department of Labor contract includes purchase orders for all the agency's organizations. The department's Bureau of Labor Statistics has purchase order requirements covering data collection, electronic data interchange analysis, solicitation of survey participants and help desk management.
Titan Systems specializes in providing information solutions, system support and products to government and enterprise clients.
Joab Jackson is the senior technology editor for Government Computer News.