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SAIC Competing for Task Orders Under Navy’s TTS Contract
Science Applications International Corp. announced that it has been awarded a contract to compete for task orders worth up to $93 million for supporting Tactical Integrated Threat/Target Training Systems for the U.S. Navy’s Adaptive Combat Environment Systems group. Support for the TTS includes range data collection and specialized instrumentation for systems under test, data at the edge computing and transfer, and data sorting and analytics in support of system performance analysis, SAIC said Thursday.
Josh Jackson, senior vice president of SAIC’s naval business unit, said the award gives the Virginia-based provider of scientific, engineering and systems integration an opportunity to win specific task orders, and in doing so, help verify and validate the system capabilities deployed to the Navy. Under the five-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, SAIC will compete with other selected vendors to provide research and development, engineering, integration, testing, cybersecurity, upgrades and sustainment for numerous tactical threat systems to help improve Navy aircrew effectiveness and survivability.
Additional business opportunities that SAIC will be vying for under the TTS contract include the sustainment of unique electronic warfare-centric range capabilities as well as the modernization of systems performance validation and verification.
The Navy expects to complete work on this cost-plus-fixed-fee, firm-fixed-price contract in Sept. 2026, SAIC added.
The latest deal comes one month after SAIC was awarded a Defense Logistics Agency contract to continue its maintenance, repair and operations support for U.S. military facilities. The deal was divided between SAIC and SupplyCore, with each company receiving a $90 million bridge contract from the Department of Defense’s combat logistics support agency.
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