Five win contracts to support Navy C4I efforts

Five companies have won contracts to support a Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific maritime project.

The winners are:

  • Booz Allen Hamilton – $63.7 million (base value: $37.8 million)
  • Scientific Research Corp. - $62.9 million (base value: $36.6 million)
  • ODME Solutions LLC - $59.5 million (base value: $35 million)
  • General Dynamics Information Technology - $58.7 million (base value: $34.7 million)
  • Solute Inc. - $50.1 million (base value: $29.6 million)

Under the contract, the companies will provide C4I software support and system maintenance in support of SSC Pacific’s Maritime Global Command and Control System Family of Systems Project.

According to a Defense Department release, this work will include systems engineering, integration, information assurance, software maintenance, training and infrastructure support.

Work is expected to wrap up in September 2019, or September 2021 with options.

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