Boeing to Provide Navy Enterprise Work for Joint Tactical Radios

Boeing Co. has won a $20 million Navy contract modification to provide enterprise network support for the joint tactical radio system, the Defense Department announced Wednesday.

The cumulative value of the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity is now $75,382,000.

The contract has two base years and three one-year options.

The Navy received three offers for the award through the Federal Business Opportunities website and the e-Commerce website of Space and Naval Warfare Systems Pacific.

The company’s integrated defense systems unit will provide software development, maintenance and technical support for the Joint Tactical Radio System enterprise network manager.

The effort will support the network enterprise domain under the Navy’s program executive office for the system.

Work will occur in Huntington Beach, Calif., and the San Diego-based SPAWAR Pacific is the contracting activity.

The Pentagon expects work to finish April 15, 2013.

The Chicago-based aerospace and defense firm recently will open a new aerospace research facility in Brazil later this year.

The company said the center will help connect organizations across the private, public and academic sectors.

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