The U.S. Navy has awarded General Dynamics a potential 20-month, $7.2 million contract modification to produce technology insertion-16 Total Ship Monitoring Systems and multipurpose processors.
General Dynamics' mission systems business will perform work in Virginia and Massachusetts through July 2018, the Defense Department said Monday.
The Naval Sea Systems Command awarded the cost-plus-incentive-fee modification to exercise options on a previously awarded contract and will obligate the full contract amount at the time of award.
The Total Ship Monitoring System is a sensor telemetry platform that is based on the commercial-off-the-shelf Asynchronous Transfer Mode technology.
The multipurpose processor works as an interface receiver designed to provide signal processing and array signal conditioning data in support of the acoustic rapid COTS insertion display, DoD said.