Falconwood Secures Potential $240M Navy Engineering, Logistics Contract
The U.S. Navy has awarded Arlington, Virginia-based veteran and woman-owned small consultancy firm Faclonwood a potential five-year, $240 million task order for engineering and logistics contractor support services. Work will support the Program Executive Office for Digital and Enterprise Services.
Under the task order, Falconwood will develop, deliver and sustain capabilities in digital transformation services, cloud services, enterprise information technology, data center optimization, transport architectures and network operations. Work will be performed in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia, Florida, California, South Carolina and Hawaii. The task order is under the Navy Seaport NxG contract, Falconwood said.
The task order, which was awarded on Dec. 10, is the third award for Falconwood in 2021. The company most recently secured a $73 million task order for professional and technical engineering and logistics support for the Navy Enterprise Business Solutions program office and a $24 million award for engineering and logistics support for the U.S. Marine Corps Logistics Integrated Information Solutions-Marine Corps Program Office.
PEO Digital oversees enterprise-wide IT programs that enable common business processes and provide IT capabilities to sailors and Marines. It is part of the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command.
Falconwood offers executive-level consulting and program support for Department of Defense IT initiatives and programs. Its services cover acquisition strategy, IT implementation, information assurance policy and engineering and IT systems and applications lifecycle support.
Category: Digital Modernization
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