Exelis to Help Navy Design, Install C4ISR Awareness Systems

ITT Exelis has won a $93,261,183 U.S. contract to provide material and services for design, procurement, installation and maintenance of adaptive persistent awareness systems.

According to the Defense Department, the indefinite-delivery/indefinite quantity contract includes provisions for cost-plus-fixed-fee orders.

The Adaptive Persistent Awareness Systems is an integrated system designed to provide users C4ISR (command, control, communication, computers and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) and persistent awareness.

Work will occur in naval facilities worldwide through November 2017 and the Navy is obligating $100,000 in contract funds at the time of the award.

Funds will expire at the end of the current fiscal year and the Naval Surface Warfare Center’s division based in Panama City, Fla. is the contracting activity.

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