3 Companies Receive Software Services Contract to Support Navy and 10 Foreign Governments
The Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division has awarded a potential $49.87 million contract to three companies for the deployment software services and systems development support to the US Navy and 10 foreign governments.
BAE Systems’ computer and electronic systems integration business, KBR’s Centauri company and Epsilon Systems Solutions subsidiary KAB Laboratories will provide support services through July 2026 under the cost-plus-fixed-cost, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the Department of Defense announced Wednesday.
The three companies will work on software design and product enhancement, cybersecurity, interface development and modification of sensor models, among others.
Distributed systems modernization will also be provided in support of the service branch and the governments of the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Poland, Finland, Korea, United Arab Emirates, from Italy, the Netherlands and Norway.
The DOD said contractors would compete for individual orders for the competitive contract obtained through electronic requests. Funds will be committed when orders are awarded.
Execution of the works will take place in China Lake, San Diego and Carlsbad in California.