Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) has secured a $597m contract from the US Navy to provide command, control, communications, computers, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C5ISR) systems, networks, and support equipment to Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Atlantic.
The company will also procure, fabricate, assemble integrate, test, and inspect various technical data packages provided by the US Navy, under the five-year contract.
SAIC company will be responsible for the integration of engineered cable assemblies, mounting kit assemblies, as well as hardware and software/security applications for the troops.
The contractual work will be performed in Charleston, South Carolina, and Norfolk, Virginia, US.
Perspecta has received a contract worth $485m to provide operations support to the US Navy Marine Corps intranet (NMCI), as part of the next-generation enterprise networks (NGEN) programme.
Perspecta will provide information technology and network security services to the US Navy and Marine Corps.
The eight-month contract is an extension to the NGEN programme, which was started by the US Navy in 2000. The NMCI serves approximately 700,000 users worldwide.
US Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Pacific has awarded a $118.11m contract to KBR Diego Garcia LLC for providing base operations support services at US Navy Support Facility, Diego Garcia.
The contract includes general management and administration services, command and staff IT services, air operations and public services, as well as supply of lubricants and oils for maintenance.
Also included in the contract are reception, facilities support, welfare and recreational support for bachelor quarters, and base support for vehicle and equipment.
Work will be performed in Diego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Territory, US, until November 2019.
Charles Stark Draper Laboratory has received a contract worth $109.53m from the US Strategic Systems Programs (SSP) to conduct research on the common missile compartment for the US Columbia-class and the UK Dreadnought-class programmes.
The company will offer research into technical applications to meet guidance requirements for operation of the common missile compartment, and provide engineering and technical services for the navy’s hypersonic flight experiments.
It will also provide specialised technical knowledge for guidance, navigation and application of hypersonic flight.
Contractual work will be performed in Cambridge and California, US, until September 2019.
The US Navy’s Military Sealift Command (MSC) has awarded a $35.95m contract to Transoceanic Cable Ship Co LLC for time charter, cable-laying, and ship repair services.
Work will be performed in multiple locations worldwide until January 2019.
In addition, the contract has options, which if exercised would increase the contract value to $224.62m and extend the contract term up to November 2023.