The US Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division (PHD NSWC PT Huememe) has awarded an $8.2m one-year task order to Engineering Services Network (ESN).
As part of the contract, the company will assess design concepts and create technical documentation to support efforts on existing and proposed combat system and command control communications and information (C4I) programmes.
ESN chief operating officer Douglas R. Lopez said: "This ongoing contract with the Naval Surface Warfare Center demonstrates ESN's extensive experience in comprehensive programme management and systems engineering."
Work on the complete task order will be executed in locations including Oxnard, California; Norfolk, Virginia; Bremerton, Washington; Washington, D.C., San Diego, US, and Yokosuka, Japan.
ESN president and CEO Raymond F. Lopez, Jr said: "Our mission at ESN is to work with the fleet and type commanders by establishing an engineering resource for planning and coordinating the installation of combat system ship platform integration and C4I in aircraft carriers, L-Class ships."
In addition PHD NSWC ESN provides support for government agencies such as the programme executive officer (PEO) carriers; the PEO, Ships; PEO IWS; the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA); and the fleet and type commanders.
The company also evaluates design concepts and develops technical documentation to enable the agencies to deploy engineering enhancements for current and future combat and C4ISR systems and C4I programmes.