Navy awards $46M support contract for Naval Electronic Surveillance Systems

The Navy has awarded a $46 million contract to Serco Inc. to support the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific’s (SSC Pacific) Security Systems Branch. The company will provide life cycle management, integration, acquisition, and technical support for anti-terrorism and force protection for Naval Electronic Surveillance Systems.

The three-year multiple award contract vehicle includes two one-year options. If exercised, the potential ceiling of the award would reach about $77 million, according to Serco.

Serco will provide command and control services that will support systems capabilities such as receiving and transmitting orders, receiving and processing information into situational awareness displays, supporting command decision processes, and communicating electronic data to multi-service, multi-agency nodes across the entire threat spectrum of Ashore and Afloat operations.

Many of these systems are considered mission critical and are life and safety support systems.

Serco also provides communication system solutions to the Air Force and Army, focusing on lifecycle sustainment engineering, systems integration, hardware procurement, software development, technical support, installation and testing, and operations and maintenance solutions. The company also provides information technology and management services to federal civilian agencies, state and local agencies, and commercial customers.

SSC Pacific is the Navy’s premier research, development, test and evaluation laboratory for C4ISR solutions and focuses on the delivery of integrated capabilities and information dominance for Naval, Joint, National, and Coalition warfighters.

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