Parsons secures position on potential US Navy C4ISR contract

12 February 2020 (Last Updated February 12th, 2020 12:48)

Parsons has secured a position as one of nine awardees on a potential $249m contract to support the US Navy’s multi-domain operations.

Parsons secures position on potential US Navy C4ISR contract
The scope of works includes offering life cycle services for software and hardware of C4ISR systems and networks. Credit: Parsons Corporation.

Parsons has secured a position as one of nine awardees on a potential $249m contract to support the US Navy’s multi-domain operations.

The company was selected by the Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific (NIWC Pacific) for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity multiple-award contract.

The agreement includes offering life cycle services for software and hardware of new and existing C4ISR systems and networks.

Services will include offering necessary support for project management, administration, drafting, technical integration, and maintenance for software and hardware in C4ISR systems.

Contract work will be carried out at different domestic and international locations, as required under each task order.

Parsons vice-president and C5ISR program director Chris Bush said: “Parsons is honoured to leverage our global footprint in continued support of our warfighters both at home and abroad.

“This award is a testament to Parsons’ capabilities in advancing and securing the US Navy’s multi-domain operations.”

The contract has a base period of two years and includes two additional three-year option periods.

Established in 1944, Parsons offers digitally enabled solutions to the defence, intelligence, and critical infrastructure markets.

In November last year, the company secured a task order to provide advanced video activity analytics (AVAA) to support the US Navy’s cyberspace operations.

The company was tasked to offer technical, professional and management support services and assist the navy in establishing and maintaining cyberspace operations.