The US Navy has awarded Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) five-year, $349.5 million contract for branch engineer Onshore and Offshore Strategic Network,
The Defense Department said Friday that SAIC will perform in-service engineering work to help maintain the operational effectiveness of the Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific and the peak capacity of the Technet infrastructure.
Works covered under indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity awards network data assurance authentication, integration, command, control, communications, and intelligence tools, systems analysis and upgrades, and remote assistance and repair.
SAIC is expected to conduct most of its work in San Diego as well as in DOD-operated facilities ashore and located around the world.
The Navy will finance the services from its budget for operations and maintenance, research, development, test and evaluation, shipbuilding and conversion, and other procurement activities. The funds will be bound on a per-order basis.
SAIC is sponsoring GovCon Wire’s next in-person event, “Military Service Intelligence: Plans and Priorities Forum,” which will feature Vice Admiral of the Navy Jeffrey TrusslerDeputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare, will be the keynote speaker and on Dec. 14 at 2941 Restaurant in Falls Church, Virginia.
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