Serco Lands Spot on $968M Navy IDIQ Contract Vehicle; Dave Dacquino Quoted

Serco Lands Spot on $968M Navy IDIQ Contract Vehicle; Dave Dacquino Quoted
Dave Dacquino

The Naval Information Warfare Systems Command has named Serco as one of eight awardees for a potential ten-year, $968M indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract vehicle to support the U.S. Navy with the modernization of shore-based command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems, Serco announced on Wednesday.

“We are excited to win the second half of NAVWAR’s contract vehicles for ship and shore modernization work,” said Dave Dacquino, chairman and CEO at Serco and a 2014 Wash100 winner. “We look forward to the opportunity to continue competing and performing on task orders that support essential improvements to the infrastructure for our sailors and marines.”

Serco will compete for shore work in the areas of design, installation, testing and other shore-based modernization services at military installations, worldwide. This award complements the equivalent back in August for ship and submarine-based support services, and together these awards continue Serco’s legacy position as a NAVWAR global installation contract service provider.

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