Titan wins Navy contract

Titan Corp, a security solutions provider based in San Diego, was awarded a contract by the U.S. Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Center that could be worth up as much as $125 million over five years, company officials announced.

The contract calls for Titan to provide navigation systems installation support services to the Navy, officials said.

"With this contract, Titan continues to provide to the U.S. Navy fleet support of the most modern navigation systems available, as we have done for the past five years," said Gene Ray, Titan's chairman, president and CEO.

Titan will provide engineering, logistics, installation, testing and fabrication in support of navigation systems for Navy ships, submarines, shore laboratories and training facilities, officials said. U.S. Coast Guard ships and vessels serviced through foreign military sales will also receive support.

Titan is ranked No. 9 on Washington Technology's Top 100 list of government IT contractors.

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