Navy Spawar deals go to General Dynamics unit

The Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center has awarded four five-year contracts totaling $75.6 million to General Dynamics Information Technology to deliver services and support for command, control, communications and intelligence initiatives.

The new deals include:
  • A $21.4 million contract to supply research, development and test evaluation in submarine, satellite, IT and strategic communications for the C4I engineering support division
  • A $19.2 million contract to furnish test and evaluation, verification and validation, configuration management, software quality assurance and Web support services for C4I programs
  • An $18.5 million contract to supply systems engineering, development, analysis and support services for Joint and National Command C4I programs
  • A $16.5 million contract to deliver computer systems operations, hardware maintenance and systems engineering support to the center's Tactical Systems Integration and Interoperability Division.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center in San Diego handles research and development, test and evaluation, and engineering and fleet support for the Navy's command, control and communication systems and ocean surveillance.

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

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