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Three Companies to Compete for C4I Task Orders Under $537M Navy Deal

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Three Companies to Compete for C4I Task Orders Under $537M Navy Deal

The Naval Information Warfare Systems Command has selected BAE Systems, Serco and Scientific Research Corp. to compete for task orders under an eight-year $537 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract vehicle for procuring command, control, communications, computers and intelligence services for surface ships.

C4I systems provide ships with the ability to communicate, control and coordinate fleet operations, BAE Systems said. The IDIQ contract will procure services to support five phases of C4I shipboard integration, with work to be performed in Alabama, California, Louisiana, Maine, Mississippi, South Carolina, Washington and Wisconsin.

According to Lisa Hand, vice president and general manager at BAE Systems Integrated Defense Solutions, the company will offer solutions to the Navy’s toughest C4I problems in support of its global missions. BAE Systems will also provide supporting data deliverables for each integration phase.

The C4I contract aims to modernize the Navy’s surface fleet to maintain its readiness to respond to future threats.

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