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Parsons secures IDIQ contract from NIWC Pacific

09 Mar 2021 (Last Updated March 9th, 2021 12:24)

Parsons has won a potential multiple award task order contract from the US Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Pacific.

Parsons secures IDIQ contract from NIWC Pacific
The contract has an option for two-year base and two additional two-year options. Credit: Parsons Corporation.

Parsons has won a potential multiple award task order contract from the US Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Pacific.

Under the six-year $100m indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) task order, Parsons will provide support services for command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (C4I), and the network-centric warfare.

The company’s services will support the identification, deployment, development, and improvement of C4I for NIWC Pacific.

Parsons said that the contract is a new award for the company. It a two-year base with the option for two additional two-year extensions.

Parsons Navy business senior vice-president Chris Bush said: “We look forward to supporting NIWC Pacific’s vision of network-centric warfare and providing operational all-domain expertise that will help the navy in their quest.

“Our technology in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data analytics will advance NIWC Pacific’s mission effectiveness in the maritime domain and help the warfighter be effective around the world.”

The work scope of the contract involves delivering services related to the fields of management, engineering, technical assistance and integrated logistics.

It also includes services associated with implementation or integration, onsite technical assistance, and security.

NIWC Pacific provides technological and engineering support critical to information warfare for the US Navy.

It also supports Marine Corps, Air Force, Army and Coast Guard programmes that include ‘communications systems covering the entire spectrum from very low frequency through laser; wideband, narrowband, and protected communications’.