Ocean Systems Engineering to boost Marine Corps communications

Agreement covers technical, acquisition and logistics assistance

Ocean System Engineering Corp. will provide a wide variety of services and support related to networking and satellite communications to the Marine Corps under a one-year, $13.1 million task order.

Under the task order, Ocean Systems Engineering will furnish engineering and technical, acquisition, financial, and logistics support to the Program Manager for Networking and Satellite Communications and its program teams, the Defense Department announced April 1.

Other services covered as part of the agreement are Web site development and management; manpower, personnel and training; and administrative and managerial support.

The Marine Corps Systems Command, based at Quantico, Va., is the contracting activity.

Ocean Systems Engineering, of San Diego, is a provider of information technology and systems engineering products and services.

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William Welsh is a freelance writer covering IT and defense technology.

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