A DRS Technologies subsidiary has won a potential $22 million contract to develop and produce Link 11 and Link 22 data terminal sets for the U.S. Navy.
The Defense Department said Friday DRS Advanced ISR will also help the military service integrate, test and sustain Link 11 data terminal and Link 22 signal processing controller system for the branch’s command-and-control processor family of systems.
DoD added the contract covers equipment, materials, logistics products, software support and engineering or technical services.
Link 11 and Link 22 DTS will be integrated with data link, communication, human-machine interface, satellite communications and cryptographic systems, the department said.
The contract has a five-year base value of $9.3 million and work could extend through August 2026 if all options are exercised.
The Space and Naval Warfare System Command received two offers for the contract through SPAWAR’s E-Commerce Central website and the Federal Business Opportunities portal.
SPAWAR will obligate $1.2 million at the time of the award from the Navy’s fiscal 2016 research, development, test and evaluation funds as well as fiscal 2016 other procurement funds.
DRS Advanced ISR, part of DRS’ C4ISR group, offers ISR components, sensors and integrated systems in the areas of electro-optical and infrared, signals intelligence, communications and measurement and signature intelligence.