MIL Corp. Awarded $85M Navy C5ISR Systems Engineering Support IDIQ

ExecutiveBiz - MIL Corp. Awarded $85M Navy C5ISR Systems Engineering Support IDIQMIL Corp. has secured a potential $84.6M contract to help the U.S. Navy engineer products and systems for command, control, communications, computers, combat systems, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions.

The Defense Department said Thursday work covers systems engineering, integration, production, test, evaluation and in-service engineering life cycle support to the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division.

The Navy received one offer for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract will via an online acquisition process and will obligate funds upon issuance of individual orders.

MIL will carry out tasks in Maryland through February 2024.

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