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Progeny Systems Inks $116M Contract to Support US Navy Decision-Making Tool

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Progeny Systems Inks $116M Contract to Support US Navy Decision-Making Tool

General Dynamics Mission Systems’ Progeny Systems has announced a $22.4 million cost-plus-fixed-fee U.S. Navy contract with a $116 million ceiling to provide engineering and technical support for an integrated shipboard and shore-based maintenance management-decision tool system.

Performance is expected to end in January 2025 but could extend until January 2029 if all options are exercised, GDMS said Monday.

Work will be performed in various locations throughout the United States.

Based in Manassas, Virginia, Progeny Systems provides capabilities and life cycle support services for U.S. submarines and surface ships. GDMS acquired Progeny Systems in 2022.

Laura Hooks, vice president and general manager of GDMS’ maritime and strategic systems unit, said the Navy will receive systems enabling commanders to assess the command readiness of crewmembers and critical ship systems for all nuclear-powered platforms.

The contract is the latest in a string of Navy system development deals secured by Progeny Systems.

In late January, the company received a potential $82.9 million award to develop sonar subsystems for submarines. Earlier, it booked a potential five-year, $108.9 million contract to provide the vessels with information assurance and reliability monitoring software.

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