Nine win spots on $249M Navy unmanned tech contract
Nine companies have won positions on a potential eight-year, $249.7 million contract to help the Navy design and produce unmanned hardware and software platforms.
Winners will compete for task orders to develop the unmanned waterborne and underwater mine countermeasures systems, the Defense Department said in its Tuesday awards digest.
The Navy received 13 bids and the awardees are:
- Applied Research Associates
- Gryphon Technologies
- Huntington Ingalls Industries
- ISPA Technology
- Oasis Systems
- Science Applications International Corp.
- Serco Group’s U.S. subsidiary
Work will take place over a four-year base period with a $118.8 million initial value. An additional four individual option years would take the contract to its full ceiling amount.
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