SPAWAR Charleston signs support deal

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center in Charleston, S.C., has awarded a $5.1 million support contract for its control systems to Scientific Research Corp. of Atlanta.

The contract could be worth $27.5 million if all options are exercised.

Under the contract, SRC will provide systems engineering, software integration, configuration management and lifecycle management support, and other services for various command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance programs and projects.

NAVAIR awards services contract

The Naval Air Systems Command has awarded a two-year, $4 million contract to BearingPoint Inc. of McLean, Va., to provide technical and advisory services for process improvement of the AIRSpeed project.

Under the contract, BearingPoint will provide consulting services to the command's Depot Cherry Point, N.C., AIRSpeed Office, which is overseeing an initiative to improve and increase the efficiency for depot processes.

Services will include planning, managing, training, mentoring and deploying a fully integrated process. Titan Corp. of San Diego and Optiprise Inc. of Holland, Mich., are subcontractors.

AF training commandhires CSC for services

The Air Force Education Training Command has awarded a contract worth up to $307 million to Computer Sciences Corp. to provide base maintenance and operations support services, the company has announced. The one-year contract also has nine one-year options.

CSC will provide a wide scope of base maintenance and operations support for the 81st Training Wing at Keesler Air Force Base in Mississippi.

Services will include facilities operation and maintenance; receiving, inventorying and distribution of supplies; fuels management; weather forecasting and reporting; and housing and
personnel management.


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