Navy Taps Alion for Maintenance Support Services Under $74M Award; Vince Stammetti Quoted

Vince Stammetti

McLean, Va.-based Alion Science and Technology will support life cycle maintenance and modernization activities for U.S. Navy ships under a potential 18-month, $74M award from the Seaport-E contract vehicle.

The company said Tuesday it will leverage an integrated class maintenance plan in a bid to streamline processes, boost productivity and meet expected service life goals.

Vince Stammetti, senior vice president at Alion, said there is a need to continuously support government personnel in the delivery of life cycle maintenance and warfighting readiness.

Services under the award support the Naval Sea Systems Command.

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