CGI to provide undersea warfare systems engineering under $34.3M contract

CGI has won a $34.3 million contract to support the Navy’s Naval Sea Systems Command.

Under the contract, CGI will provide undersea warfare systems engineering and technical assistance, allowing NAVSEA to retain long-term technical expertise, the company said in a release.

The contract was assembled by NAVSEA’s Program Executive Office – Integrated Warfare Systems for Undersea Systems, which is responsible for the development and delivery of innovative solutions and technology lifecycle management across Navy vessels stationed worldwide.

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