Engineering Services Network to Help Develop Navy’s Combat System Operational Sequencing Tech

Engineering Services Network has won a potential five-year, $39.5 million to help the U.S. Navy develop, modify and validate a combat systems operational sequencing system.

The company said Friday it will deliver CSOSS for integration with shipboard sensors, command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance and weapon systems.

ESN will also provide CSOSS analyses, technical and programmatic support, data coordination and maintenance support services for the Navy’s Aegis and non-Aegis ships, as well as the U.S. Coast Guard‘s WMSL and WPC cutters.

The company added it will facilitate crew orientation training as well as create a Training Operational Sequencing System and Combat System Interface Diagram.

The contract has a one-year base period and four one-year options.

ESN will perform work in Norfolk, Virginia; San Diego; and Port Hueneme in California.

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