The McLean, Va.-based contractor will help the Washington-based Naval Sea Systems Command with human resources, financial management, congressional and public affairs, planning and business operations.
The company will also provide program, technical and engineering services for the command’s program offices.
The company will perform 77.8 percent of the work in Washington and the rest in Alexandria, Va.
The Pentagon expects work under the cost-plus-fixed-fee to finish by September 2012.
The Naval Sea Systems Command is the contracting activity.
The company is also providing digital terrain and geospatial datasets to the Army under a contract awarded in November.