Mictrotech has secured a $750m indefinite-delivery / indefinite-quantity contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center to provide command-and-control (C2) systems and associated support services to the US Navy.
Awarded through a competitive procurement process, the five-year, multiple-award contract comes with a base performance period of one year and four optional years.
Under the contract, Microtech will supply a range of C2 equipment including imagery and video systems, intercom equipment, intelligence support tools, as well as tactical workstations, processors and displays, among others.
MicroTech president and CEO Tony Jimenez said: "This new contract once again solidifies MicroTech's constant commitment to hard work and our ability to anticipate information technology challenges by delivering transformational technologies to our national defence.
"I cannot stress enough how excited we are to be part of this contract and look forward to supplying the US Navy and the Department of Defense with MicroTech's top-of-the-line capabilities."
With this latest contract, Microtech now possesses 26 multiple-award type contracts with several federal agencies, through which the company provides a variety of new technologies and telecom solutions.
In March this year, the company won a position on the US Army's Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-3 Hardware (ITES-3H) contract, valued at $5bn.
In 2014, Microtech won a General Services Administration (GSA) blanket purchase agreement (BPA), worth $86m, to support the Department of the Navy's efforts to minimise costs of acquiring customer technical representative (CTR) support services for the next-generation enterprise network (NGEN).