Serco Adds Navy C4ISR System Installation Task Order; Dan Allen Comments

Dan Allen
Dan Allen

Serco‘s North American subsidiary has received a nine-month, $13 million task order to install new command, communication, control, computer, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms for the U.S. Navy.

The contract also covers certification and testing services related to C4ISR systems, Serco Inc. said Thursday.

Dan Allen, chairman and CEO of Serco Inc., said the company’s work under the task order will support what he referred to as “Joint Warfighter” initiatives.

Serco Inc. will also remove existing C4ISR systems in order to install the new platforms.

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