Navy command gains IT help

Navy command gains IT help

The Naval Sea Systems Command has awarded a task order to Anadac Inc. for information technology management support in its Chief Information Office.

The command designs and acquires all Navy surface ships and submarines, including all the shipboard information and weapons systems.

The Arlington, Va., company's job will entail incorporating more commercial products and services into the systems that NAVSEA develops and deploys.

Work under the order would include project management, systems analysis and design, systems integration, network services, facilities management, hardware and software acquisition, and maintenance.

The order, through Anadac's General Services Administration schedule contract, has no guaranteed minimum value. The maximum value is $50 million over five years.

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