ARINC Engineering Services Coastal Systems Engineering department wins $43 million to provide engineering, logistics, procurement to Naval Surface Warfare Center

ANNAPOLIS, 27 Oct. 2011. ARINC Engineering Services LLC’s Coastal Systems Engineering (CSE) department at Panama City Beach, Fla., won a $43 million task order to provide engineering, logistics, financial, procurement, and technical documentation support to the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City Division (NSWC PCD). ARINC engineers will support the Deployable Joint Command and Control System (DJC2), a rapidly deployable command and control (C2) field headquarters with advanced communications capabilities for use in military conflicts or disaster relief; development of the Navy’s Mobile Landing Platform (MLP); and critical projects sponsored by Special Operations Command and other government agencies.

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ANNAPOLIS, 27 Oct. 2011. ARINC Engineering Services LLC’s Coastal Systems Engineering (CSE) department at Panama City Beach, Fla., won a $43 million task order to provide engineering, logistics, financial, procurement, and technical documentation support to the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City Division (NSWC PCD). ARINC engineers will support the Deployable Joint Command and Control System (DJC2), a rapidly deployable command and control (C2) field headquarters with advanced communications capabilities for use in military conflicts or disaster relief; development of the Navy’s Mobile Landing Platform (MLP); and critical projects sponsored by Special Operations Command and other government agencies.

This add-on award is made on the CECOM R2-3G contract vehicle, carries a one-year base term with two one-year options, and has a potential value of $43 million.

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