Five win $188M Navy program management contracts

Five companies have won contracts worth up to $188.7 million combined over five years for program management and engineering services to the Navy.

Booz Allen Hamilton, Capstone Corp., Deloitte Consulting, ECS Federal and Whitney, Bradley & Brown will vie for task orders to support the Navy Installation Command at its Washington, D.C. headquarters.

The Navy received 15 offers for the contracts that each have a three-year base ordering period followed by a two-year option, the Defense Department said in its Thursday contracts digest.

Work will also include logistics, financial management and administrative support. 

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