The company has held this particular program for five years that focuses on aircraft.
CRL Technologies has won a five-year, $247.7 million contract to continue on as a main industry partner for a Navy office that oversees aircraft innovation efforts.
The company will support the Nayv's AIRWorks, which is designated as the lead systems integrator for the Naval Air Warfare Center's aircraft division and works with other Navy program offices to acquire engineering, procurement and program management services.
Two companies including CRL submitted a proposal for this recompete contract, according to the Pentagon's Wednesday awards digest. CRL first won the work in 2018 and has been obligated 96% of the $125 million ceiling value, according to GovTribe data.
CRL's work for the new contract will also focus on new system development and existing system support for both manned and unmanned aircraft.
Other task areas will include project management, systems engineering, test and evaluation, acquisition, logistics, and administrative and management.
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