Navy C4I systems to get $174 million upgrade

Navy C4I systems to get $174 million upgrade

The Naval Space and Warfare Systems Center in San Diego is hiring technical support to upgrade the Navy's afloat and ashore systems for command, control, communications, computers and intelligence.

The Navy center yesterday awarded a contract potentially worth more than $174 million to Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego. Under the indefinite-quantity, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract, SAIC will provide engineering support to the Navy's Communication Network Fleet Engineering Systems Division; the Submarine Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence Systems Branch; and the Information Systems Management Branch.

The contract is for one year with four optional years. SAIC will provide program management, engineering, technical support, integrated logistics support, fabrication services and installation support for the C4I systems.

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