Concurrent Technologies Corp. has won a three-year, $15.6 million task order to provide research and development service support for a Naval Surface Warfare Center division.
The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covers work for the Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division, which aims to develop and evaluate material technologies and systems for Navy ships, CTC said Tuesday.
“CTC has worked closely with parts of the NSWCCD Materials Division since the inception of our company, through the Navy Metalworking Center and other programs,” said Mark Smitherman, program manager at CTC.
“This contract broadens our engagement with the Navy Materials technical community, to include non-destructive testing and inspection, structural analysis, paints and coatings corrosion, power systems and energy storage and fluids analysis,” Smitherman added.
CTC will lead a team to provide engineering, experiment support, documentation and analysis services for the program.
The new contract was awarded to the nonprofit organization under the Seaport Enhanced Multiple Award Contract vehicle, also known as SeaPort-e.