Navy chooses 12 for $497.5M mission planning hardware contract
- By Ross Wilkers
- Apr 17, 2020
The Navy has awarded 12 companies positions on a potential five-year, $497.5 million contract to provide hardware and software for U.S. and foreign partners to use in mission planning functions.
Everyone who submitted a bid for the contract received an award and work will take place through April 2025, the Defense Department said in its Thursday awards digest.
- American Electronic Warfare Associates
- BAE Systems
- DCS Corp.
- Long Wave
- Monterey Technologies
- Northrop Grumman
- Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services (a division absorbed into what is now Raytheon Technologies)
- Tyonek Engineering and Agile Manufacturing
- Young's Engineering Services-Kihomac joint venture
They will vie for orders to support so-called Strike Planning and Execution Systems that include digital products for aviators such as flight information charts, a joint mission planning system that incorporates data for aircraft and weapon missions, and a web-based tool for expeditionary forces including Marine Corps amphibious squadrons.
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