SAIC to Provide Navy Integration Center C4I Engineering

SAIC to Provide Navy Integration Center C4I Engineering - top government contractors - best government contracting eventSAIC Inc. will provide testing and packaging services to a U.S. Navy facility for network integration engineering, the Defense Department announced Thursday.

The company won a potential $61,999,236 contract, which contains one base year and two option years, and the government received two offers for the contract.

Environmental qualification design, testing and and life cycle work will support missions in command, control, communications, computers and intelligence; and electronic and computer systems used within the defense community.

The company will also provide form-fit-function engineering, design and packaging of commercial-off-the-shelf and government-off-the-shelf products for the military.

Work under the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract will occur in San Diego through Aug. 8, 2013.

SAIC is also collecting and analyzing information on improvised explosive devices for the Pentagon, supporting the department’s lead organization for countering and disarming IEDs.

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