Up to $3B to 5 Companies for US DoD C2 Software Program

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The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) awarded 5 multiple-award indefinite-delivery/ indefinite quantity contracts worth up to $3 billion for development of command and control (C2) software for the US Department of Defense. The winners will compete for task order to provide software design/ development/ modification, software integration (unit-level and system-level), related test and evaluation services, and software systems engineering. The contractors will also provide integrated logistics support, configuration management and program management. The winners of the 5 DoD C2 software contracts are: * CACI in Arlington, VA (N00039-10-D-0005) up to $587.6 million; * CSC in Falls Church, VA (N00039-10-D-0006) up to $493.8 million; * G2 Software Systems (N00039-10-D-0007) up to $648.7 million; * Northrop Grumman in San Diego, CA (N00039-10-D-0008) up to $624.5 million; and * SAIC in McLean, VA (N00039-10-D-0009) up to $625.6 million. Each contract has a 3-year base period and 2 one-year options, making the potential period of performance 5 years. SPAWAR E-Commerce site | FedBizOpps announcement | Northrop Grumman release | CACI release | SAIC release

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