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$6.3M to Northrop Grumman for Navy Network Management System

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Northrop Grumman Information Technology in McLean, VA received a $6.3 million hybrid firm-fixed-price/cost/cost-plus-fixed-fee delivery order (NS09) under a previously awarded contract for a Navy network enterprise management system. Under this order, Northrop Grumman will provide tactical switching increment II spiral B1 equipment, including program management; configuration management; logistics; hardware and software updates; configuration management support; testing support; and on-site technical support at 2 Regional Network Operations and Security Centers (RNOSCs). DID has more on the Navy’s RNOSCs… The 2 RNOSCs, located in Hawaii (RNOSC PAC) and Virginia (RNOSC LANT), consolidated 3 worldwide Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Stations (NCTAMSs) plus 2 Naval Computer and Telecommunication Stations (NCTSs). These RNOSCs communicate with satellite termination sites around the world through the Navy’s High Speed Global Ring (HSGR) communications network. By consolidating the 5 communications sites into 2, the Navy has achieved cost savings through personnel reduction and has streamlined the technology acquisition process. See the article by the Navy’s RNOSC modeling and simulation team for more information. Northrop Grumman will perform the work under the delivery order in San Diego, CA (10%); Portsmouth, VA (10%); Wahiawa, HI (25 percent); Naples, Italy (10%); Bahrain (10%) and Norfolk, VA (35%) and expects to […]

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