Inside the Navy's IT opportunities


Protect the United States through the application of sea and related military power. 


2011 budget: $155.5 billion
2012 budget: $161.4 billion
2011 IT budget: $7.6 billion
2012 IT budget: $8.2 billion

People you should know:

Ray Mabus, secretary of the Navy
Adm. Gary Roughead, chief of Naval operations 
Terry Halvorsen, CIO, Navy 
Vice Adm. Kendall Card, deputy CIO, Navy
Brig. Gen. Kevin Nally, deputy CIO, Marines Corps
Barbara Hoffman, principal deputy CIO, Navy
Sean Crean, director, Navy Office of Small Business Programs

Top contracts (2007-2010):

SeaPort-e (engineering support) $23.3 billion
SeaPort-e (support services) $2.4 billion
Training Systems Contract II $948 million
Radio contract (CISCHR) $856.5 million
SPAWAR command and control contract $762.4 million

Top contractors (2007-2010): 

Lockheed Martin $40.8 billion
Northrop Grumman $32.1 billion
General Dynamics $29.5 billin
Boeing Co. $22 billion
Raytheon $20 billion
BAE Systems $10.2 billion
Bell-Boeing joint program $10 billion
United Technologies $7.1 billion
Navistar Corp. $6.9 billion
General Electric $5.9 billion

Top 8(a) contractors (2007-2010): 

Tatitlek Support Services $191.5 million
Chugach Alaska Corp. $166.9 million
Neany, Inc. $160.7 million
Ukpeagvik Inupiat Corp. $142 million
Tyonek Native Corp. $123.3 million
North Island Corp. $119.7 million
Hayes Forestry Services $100.1 million
ILSC Holdings $99.4 million
P&S Construction $86.1 million
PKL Services $81 million

Top opportunities: 

Presidential helicopter program
Value: $17 billion
RFP expected February 2012

Tactical software radio
Value: $16 billion
RFP expected November

Next Generation Enterprise Network
Value: $14.5 billion
RFPs expected in December

Counter Networking and Illicit Trafficking program
Value: $3 billion
RFP expected in November

Portable Satellite Communication Terminals
Value: $2.2 billion
RFP expected August 2012

Source: Deltek and the U.S. Navy

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