$36.2M to Support eNH System for US Navy Housing

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Applied Engineering Management Corp. received a not to exceed $36.2 million firm-fixed-price task order under a previously awarded contract (N00178-05-D-4183, #JN01) to provide maintenance for Electronic Navy Housing (eNH). eNH is an integrated enterprise system that supports housing business processes and program management throughout the Department of the Navy housing enterprise, and is compliant with Navy information technology specifications including the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet. The firm will also provide on-site systems analyst and program management support for CNIC (Commander, Navy Installations Command) Housing, and providing contractor technical support representatives and systems integrators to offer technical and project management support for eNH’s mission critical human resource management, baseloading and Inventory and Utilization (I&U) modules. Work will be performed in Virginia (90%); California (8%); and Colorado (2%), and is expected to be complete in March 2009 (March 2013 if all options are exercised). This task order was initially sent out only to small businesses, with only 1 proposal received at almost 3 times the government estimate. It was then solicited to both small and large businesses, with 2 offers received. The Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Atlantic in Norfolk, VA issued the contract.

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