SRA International has been selected as a prime contractor by the US Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic (SSC Atlantic) for its transport, computing and infrastructure (TCI) pillar contract.
Under the contract, SRA will support the mission technology required for key SSC Atlantic business areas including ashore, afloat, mobile, joint, federal and coalition infrastructure.
SRA National Security Group senior vice-president George Batsakis said the company has been selected as a prime contractor on the TCI Pillar and will support SSC Atlantic with their national security mission.
"This is an important win that builds upon our dedication to support SSC Atlantic and our continued investment in this important market," Batsakis said
The task orders include full spectrum of services and solutions associated with full system lifecycle including such as communications, satellite and joint space communications networks and NETOPs.
In addition, the contract covers network management, common computing environment, infrastructure (hardware and software), cloud computing, afloat data centres and server hosting environments, consolidated network components and wireless networking.
The multiple-award, indefinite quantity / indefinite delivery (IDIQ) contract vehicle has a total value of $900m, including for all multiple awardees, if all options are exercised.
In addition to rapidly delivering and supporting solutions to allow information dominance for the naval, joint, national and coalition warfighters, the SSC Atlantic is a navy engineering centre that designs, builds, tests, fields and supports many of the frontline C5ISR systems, and those being planned for the future.
In 2013, SRA International was selected by the US Navy’s SSC Atlantic as a prime contractor to support its integrated cyber security operations (ICO) indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract.