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BAE | C4ISR | Contracts - Awards | IT - General | Signals Radio & Wireless | USA

Up to $165M to BAE Systems for NAWCAD Communication Systems Support

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BAE Systems Technology Solutions & Services in Rockville, MD received a $30.1 million cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for technical services and supplies for new and/or existing communication-electronic platforms, equipment, systems and subsystems for the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s (NAWCAD) Special Communications Requirements Division. The contract is for a 1-year base term with 4 option years. The total value is approximately $165 million, if all of the option years are exercised. BAE Systems will perform design, development, systems integration, test and evaluation, maintenance, and logistics services for a range of communications and electronics platforms for the NAWCAD division… The NAWCAD Special Communications Requirements Division designs, develops, tests and supports joint special warfare communications-electronics platforms. The division tests communications packages for hand-held and manpack radios, high-speed and rigid inflatable boats, mobile and fixed-base operations, special communications vans and other vehicles, and air-land transportable command posts. As part of this contract, some BAE Systems employees will provide onsite support to US armed forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. The estimated level of effort for this contract is 346,000 man-hours. BAE Systems will perform the work in California, MD (90%) and St. Inigoes, MD (10%), and expects to complete it by September 2010. This contract […]

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