Navy hands down $93M command, control research contract
- By Ross Wilkers
- May 08, 2019
Six companies have won positions on a potential 10-year, $93 million contract to help the Navy research, develop and innovate new command-and-control platforms.
The Navy received 14 total bids for the contract that includes an initial two-year base period followed by a pair of four-year options, the Defense Department said in its Tuesday awards digest.
- Advanced Sciences and Technologies
- Data Intelligence
- Forward Slope
- G2 Software Systems
Forward Slope and G2 Software Systems are incumbents that will continue their work on the new contract, according to Deltek data. Incumbents not selected were ISPA Technology, Pacific Science & Engineering and TechFlow.
Winners will bid for task orders to carry out systems engineering, architecture, design, development, integration, testing, configuration management, quality assurance, and implementation and support of C2 net-centric military operations.
Technology areas the Navy is interested in for this contract include service-oriented architectures, machine learning, social networking, database management and graphic information systems.
Work could take place through up to May 6, 2029 if all options are exercised.
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