SPAWAR inks $195 million deal

SPAWAR inks $195 million deal

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command Systems Center in Charleston, S.C., has awarded a $195 million follow-on contract to Eagan, McAllister Associates Inc. for IT products and services.

Under the contract, which runs for one base year and four option years, the Lexington Park, Md., company will provide systems engineering, software development, configuration management, testing, product improvement, quality assurance, logistics and life cycle management.

Work on the contract will be performed through September 2009, primarily in Charleston.

The SPAWAR Systems Center, located at the Naval Weapons Station in Charleston, is the Navy's first command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance engineering center.

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