Navy taps Gryphon Technologies for tech support work

The Naval Sea Systems Command has awarded a $37.5 million contract to Gryphon Technologies to provide engineering and technical services to the Naval Surface Warfare Center's Port Hueneme Division.

Under the contract, Gryphon Technologies of Riverdale, Md., will supply the division's Air Dominance Department with engineering, technical and computer programming services required to support materials and documents used for the Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System.

The system addresses around-the-clock combat system readiness and focuses on the people, places and procedures that a mission requires.

The company will perform the services at contractor sites in Chesapeake, Va., Camarillo, Calif., and Navy facilities and ports around the globe.

Navsea's Port Hueneme Division in California is responsible for operations of surface combat and weapons systems on Navy ships and ships of allied nations.

William Welsh is the deputy editor of Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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William Welsh is a freelance writer covering IT and defense technology.

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