C4 Planning Solutions to Support USMC Tactical Systems Engineering Under $50M Contract

C4 Planning Solutions has won a potential $49.9M contract to provide professional engineering and tactical systems support for the Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity.

The contract holds a five-year base period valued at $45.4M and a six-month option that would extend work through Sept. 6, 2024., the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

The government will provide $146.9K in fiscal 2017 operations and maintenance funds to finance the contract's first task order. Work will take place at locations in California, North Carolina, Virginia, Louisiana, Japan and other areas beyond continental U.S.

The Marine Corps Systems Command solicited for the contract competitively and received two proposals.

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