Up to $143.3M for DC area Anti-Terrorism Systems Support

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M.C. Dean in Chantilly, VA received a $28.4 million indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity, firm-fixed-price, performance based type contract for security support engineering services for anti-terrorism/force protection systems in the National Capitol Region. The contract contains one base year and four one-year option periods which if exercised, would bring the total cumulative value of the contract to an estimated amount of $143.3 million over 5 years. Work will include systems engineering, analysis, development, acquisition, integration, installation, testing, software development and maintenance, and the integrated logistic support, such as: life cycle maintenance, training, and technical documentation. Work will be performed primarily in the Washington, DC area (95%) and other miscellaneous locations (5%) and is expected to be complete by September 2006 (September 2010 with options). The contract was competitively procured under full and open competition, with unlimited proposals solicited and eight offers received via the Federal Business Opportunities website and SPAWAR e-Commerce Central website. The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center in Charleston, SC issued the contract (N65236-05-D-7148).

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