General Dynamics Information Technology has won a potential $27.1 million contract to provide information technology and mission sustainment services to the Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command.
General Dynamics received the three-year, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract with options included in March 2012.
The contract calls for full IT services and support of NAVMETOCCOM systems, software and infrastructure.
Senior vice president of General Dynamics IT Health and Civilian Solutions Division, Marcus Collier said the company has supported the NAVMETOCCOM since 1986 and will continue to help war fighters “prepare for specific battle spaces and assess environmental factors that could impact their missions” by leveraging “its expertise in portal design, development and integration.”
The contract requires General Dynamics to support the NAVMETOCCOM Commander and its Echelon IV organizations, including the Naval Oceanographic Office, Naval Oceanography Operations Command, Stennis Space Center, Miss.; Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center, Monterey, Calif.; U.S. Naval Observatory, Washington D.C.; and their respective Echelon V subordinate sites.