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CSRA keeps Navy ship engineering work through $59M order

CSRA has won a potential five-year, $59 million task order to continue its engineering support services for the Navy organization responsible for ship design and construction programs.

The order contains one base year with four option years and extends CSRA's ship design support work for the Navy into a fourth decade. This is also the fourth consecutive award of this order from Naval Sea Systems Command to CSRA and its predecessor organizations SRA International and CSC North American Public Sector.

NAVSEA sought CSRA's services in design and integration engineering along with analysis support for work to design, build, deliver and maintain the Navy's ship fleets.

Work will also include program management, engineering management, technical studies and on-site support for tests, trials, evaluation and logistics.

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