Navy taps SYS Technologies for tech systems support

The Navy has awarded a five-year, $20.8 million contract to SYS Technologies Inc. to evaluate the warfighting capabilities of the Space and Naval Warfare System Command, the company announced Friday.

Under the contract, SYS of San Diego will provide systems engineering support, architecture reviews and assessments, requirements analysis, and system and capability-based assessment support.

The company will evaluate the Navy's warfighting capabilities and vulnerabilities, and develop analyses to ensure that the Navy's role fits with the U.S. National Military Strategy. The strategy sets the strategic direction of the armed forces and describes ways to achieve the military objectives required to protect the country.

SYS will perform assessments and requirements analyses to support the Navy's operational construct and architectural framework, known as Forcenet, and Space and Electronic Warfare engineering projects. To achieve this, the company will use advanced modeling, simulation and analysis.

Roseanne Gerin is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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