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DCW Secures Spot on $249M NAWCAD Contract Vehicle for Technical Services

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DCW Secures Spot on $249M NAWCAD Contract Vehicle for Technical Services

DCS, a national security-focused engineering company, has secured a spot on a $249 million Navy contract vehicle for various technical services.

The company now has positions in two pools under the Naval Air Warfare Center Air Division Webster Outlying Field’s Rapid Prototyping Integration and Development multiple-award contract. 

DCS said it will provide services under Pool 5: Embarkable Systems and Pool 6: Airborne Mission Systems. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a five-year period of performance, DCS said.

With the new award, the company may now compete for task orders in areas such as requirements analysis, evaluation, analysis, cyber, engineering design, configuration management, prototyping, integration, production, test and evaluation, logistical support, training and documentation.

The company said it will also support the Navy’s fielding of command, control, communications, computers, combat systems, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance technologies.

CEO Jim Benbow said that DCS is eager to expand its work at WOLF and help the Navy meet emerging requirements.

DCS is an employee-owned company that offers technical services to the Department of Defense and other national security customers, according to its website.

The Navy awarded spots on RAPID to a total of 63 companies, GovCon Wire reported in March. According to a Department of Defense post, NAWCAD received 107 proposals from 69 vendors for the IDIQ.

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