J.F. Taylor Gets $84M Navy IDIQ to Support Dev’t Test, Evaluation Efforts

J.F. Taylor has received a five-year, $83.5M contract to perform project management, engineering and technical support efforts to support the U.S. Navy’s developmental test and evaluation efforts.

Under the cost-plus-fixed-fee, cost-reimbursable, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the company will use command and program test and evaluation toolsets in the areas of data analysis, test reporting, planning, technical documentation, test project management and systems engineering, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division awarded the contract on a small business set-aside competition basis and the Navy will obligate funding at the issuance of task orders.

Ninety-six percent of contract work will take place in Patuxent River, Md., while the remaining percentage will occur in China Lake and Point Mugu, Calif. The Pentagon expects J.F. Taylor to conclude all tasks by January 2025.

J.F. Taylor is a Maryland-based firm that offers software development, systems engineering, fabrication, program management support, electrical and mechanical design services.

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