The US Will Invest $2,4 Billion in C4ISR Systems for the Navy Needs

WASHINGTON, (BM) – Six U.S. companies have been awarded totaling $2,4 billion to develop and delivered a new C4ISR systems the U.S. Navy needs, learned, according U.S. DoD statement.

The companies HII Fleet Support Group, General Dynamics, M.C. Dean, Prism Maritime, Serco, and VT Milcom are awarded a combined $2,450,000,000 contract to provide worldwide installation services for all afloat command, control, communications, computer, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) and supporting systems, current and future, under the cognizance of the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR).

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C4ISR installation services include decommissioning and modernization of existing platforms, as well as installation design and installation of integrated C4ISR systems, program and project management, engineering design, industrial work, troubleshooting, operational verification, end-user training and other installation services and material necessary to accomplish NAVWAR C4ISR maintenance, modernization and new system installation.

Work will be performed in various worldwide locations based on the requirement for each task order placed, and work is expected to be completed July 2024.

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If the option is exercised, ordering could continue until July 2029.

All awardees will have the opportunity to compete for task orders during the ordering period.

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Source: U.S. DoD