Engility Wins $68M to Support the Naval Enterprise Network; Tony Smeraglinolo Comments

Tony Smeraglinolo
Tony Smeraglinolo

Engility Holdings Inc. has secured a slot to a potential $68 million multiple award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract that seeks to acquire sustainment services for computer systems of the U.S. Navy.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific needs assistance to configure, develop and manage platforms that make up an enterprise network called ONE-Net to meet accreditation and certification standards, Engility said Wednesday.

“We appreciate the confidence our customer has placed in us and are proud to have the opportunity to support the U.S. Navy,“ Engility CEO and President Tony Smeraglinolo said.

Works under the cost-plus-fixed-fee, performance-based project will take place in San Diego with completion expected in 2016.

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