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Indus takes $83.3M Navy contract

Indus Technology has won an $83.3 million Navy contract to program management, logistics and other services to the Navy’s shore and expeditionary program office.

Most of the work will take place in San Diego and other locations. Indus is an employee-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned small business headquartered in San Diego.

The company’s teammates include Systems Technology Forum Ltd., Science Applications International Corp., Serco Inc. and Engineering Services Network.

The five-year contract is known as the Installation Management Support Services task order. Work will include production systems engineering, logistics management, special projects program management, shore installation manager support for major procurements, and shore installation manager support for research projects and test sites.

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