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V2X Continues to Expand Indo-Pacific Region Footprint With New $88M US Navy Contract

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V2X Continues to Expand Indo-Pacific Region Footprint With New $88M US Navy Contract

Global defense contractor V2X will provide technical support to the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Pacific’s communication, electronic and computer networks under a contract worth a potential $88 million that the McLean, Virginia-based company disclosed on Thursday. 

NCTAMS PAC is the U.S. Navy’s main communication hub across the Pacific and Indian Oceans, providing vital command, control and intelligence support to American and allied forces in the region. 

Chuck Prow, V2X president and CEO and a 2024 Wash100 awardee, stressed the significance of the task order, noting that it underscores not only the Navy’s continuing trust but also the company’s “expanding footprint and growing solutions in the Pacific region,” V2X said.

The firm-fixed-price contract provides a one-year base period, four one-year options and a potential six-month extension. V2X will primarily work on the task order at NCTAMS PAC’s Oahu, Hawaii, base up to October 2029 if all contract options are exercised.

The company is one of the six companies that the Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command Pacific in Hawaii selected in April for task orders under the Global Contingency Services Multiple Award Contract III, valued at a maximum of $2 billion and with a timeline extending up to September 2032. 

V2X declared its focus on growth opportunities in the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command region following the company’s establishment in a merger of Vectrus Systems and Vertex in July 2022. The Honolulu, Hawaii-based command’s area of responsibility covers about half of the Earth’s sphere, with about 375,000 U.S. military and civilian personnel, 200 ships and 1,100 aircraft.

V2X’s military customer coverage also includes support to the Department of Defense’s Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control program, as manifested in two recent contracts worth $75 million to provide innovative detection and response methods for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear risks.

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