Titan, SAIC grab Navy engineering contracts
- By Brad Grimes
- Jul 26, 2004
The Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems command has awarded a pair of IT-related contracts that are potentially worth more than $177 million, according to a Defense Department statement.
Titan Corp. received a $28.1 million contract to provide engineering services for parts of the Navy's C4ISR (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) systems and other command control networks.
Services include systems engineering, program management support, integrated logistics, configuration data management and security support.
Four one-year options could bring the total value of the San Diego company's contract to $149.2 million, according to the Defense Department.
A second Spawar award went to Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego. The $10.4 million indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract is for engineering and support of tactical data link systems. If the contract's three option periods are exercised, it is worth about $26.3 million, the Defense Department said.
Titan is No. 9 on Washington Technology's 2004 Top 100 list with $933.1 million in federal prime contracting revenue. SAIC ranks No. 5 with $2.9 billion.