Navy turns to small business for extra brain power

Epsilon Systems Solutions Inc., a small business in San Diego, has been tapped to provide some brain power to the Navy under a $17 million contract modification.

Under the modification, Epsilon will provide technical experts that will help the Southwest Regional Maintenance Center make repairs to Navy ships.

The company’s subject matter experts will support government task managers with day-to-day performance. They will provide feedback on contract delivery, contract performance and costs.

Two small businesses bid on the work. The modification runs through August 2017.

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