Engineering Services Network gets Navy connectivity pact

Engineering Services Network Inc. won a contract from the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center in Charleston, S.C., to provide a wide array of information technology and systems engineering services.

The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract has a base period of one year, with an initial value of $9.5 million. If all options are exercised over a seven-year period, the contract has a potential value of nearly $70 million, said ESN CEO Raymond Lopez Jr.

Under the terms of the contract, ESN will:
  • Investigate and evaluate shipboard and shore systems and equipment to determine platform and site equipment and system configurations
  • Carry out engineering investigative, evaluative and corrective services for shipboard and shore equipment and systems, to identify and document design and/or installation problems related to maintainability, reliability and operability
  • Develop, prepare, review and verify a range of technical documentation
  • Investigate and evaluate various data files to identify equipment performance deficiencies, both operational and logistical
  • Develop and provide training materials and aids, and conduct training, training audits and evaluations
  • Conduct maintenance philosophy evaluations to identify support requirements at the organizational, intermediate and depot levels of maintenance, determine intermediate level screening criteria, establish depot capability requirements, and certify depot performance; and, where applicable, define and evaluate nontraditional maintenance processes to provide suitable support for off-the-shelf equipment and systems.

ESN, a service-disabled veteran-owned company based in Arlington, Va., will perform half the work on the contract in the Portsmouth, Va., area and the balance in Charleston.

Patience Wait writes for Government Computer News, an 1105 Government Information Group publication.

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