Salient Federal wins $44M task order to support Saudi C4ISR

Salient Federal Solutions has won a $44 million contract to provide training and support services to the Royal Saudi Naval Forces.

The contract was awarded to Salient’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Salient Federal-SGIS Inc., by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command under the Navy’s SeaPort-e contract.

Under the contract, Salient will support Saudi C4ISR training initiatives. Specific services will include curriculum development, execution and facilitation of courses, data collection, and analysis/tracking to teach the Saudi Navy how to operate and maintain C4ISR systems.

Work will be performed in Charleston, S.C. and in Saudi Arabia.

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