Rite-Solutions Lands $50M Naval Undersea Warfare Center IT Services Contract

Rite-Solutions Lands $50M Naval Undersea Warfare Center IT Services Contract - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Rite-Solutions has secured a $49.6M contract to provide information technology services to the Naval Undersea Warfare Center.

The company said Monday it will support NUWC's activity chief information officer/information technology division, which handles compliance, maintenance, operations and strategic planning of the center's IT architecture.

The contract covers delivery of services such as application management, software engineering, client and Navy Marine Corps Intranet support and IT governance.

Rocky Reeves, vice president and IT services director at Rite-Solutions, said the company's personnel hold cybersecurity or computer science degrees and security and operating system certifications.

More than half of the personnel performing work under the contract should be qualified as per the Navy's cyber IT/cybersecurity workforce requirements, Reeves noted.

Rite-Solutions said it will facilitate IT support for NUWC offices in Rhode Island, Virginia, Florida, the Bahamas and Connecticut.

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