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US Navy Spends $890.5M on Sea Enterprise C4ISR Contracts

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The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center in Charleston, SC has issued a pair of indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, cost-plus-incentive-fee with an option for fixed-price orders, performance-based contracts. They order “sea enterprise C4ISR support services for installation, material acquisition, system/equipment modification, test and checkout, systems training and documentation preparation.” Both are five-year contracts, including the four 1-year options. The contract was a competitively procured under full and open competition, and the RFP was posted on the SPAWAR Systems Center E-Commerce website; two offers were received, and both received contracts. DID tried to get more details re: what exactly these contracts covered, but received no responses. The specific contract winners include: MILCOM Systems Corp. in Virginia Beach, VA received an estimated $108.8 million contract, though exercising all options would bring the estimated cumulative value to $577.6 million. Work will be performed in Norfolk, Va. (85%) and miscellaneous locations including: public/private shipyards and numerous sites in the continental United States and overseas (15%) and is expected to be completed by April 2007 – or April 2011 with options (N65236-05-D-8848). AMSEC, LLC, a SAIC/ Northrop-Grumman Newport News joint partnership in Virginia Beach, VA received an estimated $58.9 million contract. Exercising all options would bring the estimated […]

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