Alion Gets $71.8M Order to Support US Navy’s PEO Ships

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The US Navy’s Program Executive Office, Ships (PEO Ships) manages the design and construction of 11 major ship classes and a range of small boats and craft. Since its creation in November 2002, PEO Ships has delivered 35 major warships and hundreds of small boats and craft from more than 20 US shipyards and boat builders. The PEO Ships Acquisition Management (AM) Directorate is responsible for the acquisition of government-furnished equipment (GFE) and government-furnished information (GFI) systems for ship classes. Recently, Alion Science and Technology received a 5-year, $71.8 million task order under the $5.3 billion Seaport-E contract vehicle to provide acquisition management support to the PEO Ships AM Directorate… Under the task order, Alion will provide program management, business and financial planning, acquisition and configuration management, and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation support to the directorate. Alion will help PEO Ships AM acquire and manage GFE and GFI for several ship classes, including the DDG 51 destroyer, DDG-1000 destroyer, Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Sea Frame, Cruiser Modernization, Destroyer Modernization, LCS Mission Module program and the Egyptian Fast Missile Craft (EFMC) programs. Alion leads a team of contractors that includes TASC, The Columbia Group, Delta Resources and Triumph Enterprises. The […]

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