SAIC wins $26 million Navy support contract
Work includes interoperability and integration testing for combat systems
- By Doug Beizer
- Sep 23, 2009
Science Applications International Corp. will continue to provide engineering and technical support to the Naval Surface Warfare Center under a follow-on contract worth up to $26 million, according to the company.
The contact is with the Surface Warfare Center’s Dahlgren Division, and SAIC
will provide support to Center’s Dam Neck installation.
The follow-on task order has one base year and four, one-year options. Work will be performed primarily in Virginia Beach, Va. The task order was awarded under the Naval Sea Systems Command SeaPort-e contract.
Naval Surface Warfare Center Dam Neck, a field activity of Naval Sea Systems Command, arms warfighters with capabilities by delivering force-level integrated and interoperable engineering solutions. It also provides mission critical control systems, and associated tested and training technologies for maritime, joint, special warfare and information operation domains.
Under the task order, SAIC will continue providing specialized analytic, programmatic, technical and engineering services to support interoperability and integration test efforts for combat systems across the surface Navy enterprise.
SAIC, of San Diego, ranks No. 7
on Washington Technology’s 2009 Top 100
list of the largest federal government prime contractors.
Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Washington Technology.