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VTG Books $130M NAVSEA Warfare Systems Engineering Task Order

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VTG Books $130M NAVSEA Warfare Systems Engineering Task Order

The Naval Sea Systems Command’s Integrated Warfare Systems Engineering Group has assigned to digital transformation company VTG a range of tasks to support its warfare systems under a five-year, $130 million contract.  

According to the Chantilly, Virginia-based company, the fleet-focused task order it received includes end-to-end engineering support, spectrum management and test and evaluation services. John Hassoun, VTG president and CEO, expressed excitement at partnering with the SEA 05H group, noting that it continues the company’s “longstanding support to NAVSEA,” VTG said Tuesday.

The scope of VTG’s work with the group will cover the systems and sensors of the U.S. Navy’s surface vessels, aircraft carriers and unmanned/autonomous vehicles. The coverage will support the service branch’s command, control, communication, computer, cyber and intelligence, or C5I, capabilities.

Working with SEA 05H since 2000, VTG has contributed to the Navy’s Strike Force Interoperability program, including its C5 integration and modernization process. Since January, VTG has won other Navy contracts, including a $30 million task order for the service’s Consolidated Afloat Network and Enterprise Services program and a $40 million contract for engineering and logistics services for the Navy’s Aegis Combat System.