SPA to Extend Navy Submarine Security Program Support; Edward Wright Quoted

Edward Wright

Systems Planning and Analysis will continue to provide support services for the U.S. Navy‘s submarine security program under a five-year, $20M contract.

SPA said Friday it will help the Office of Naval Research plan and manage technology transition efforts, as well as perform technical and operational analysis, modeling and simulation tasks.

Edward Wright, a senior vice president and director of undersea warfare and systems division at SPA, said the company has supported ONR for over the past 10 years.

Services under the contract are intended for the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations’ undersea warfare division, ONR’s sea warfare and weapons department, Naval Sea Systems Command and the Naval Research Laboratory.

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