Navy awards $311.9 million in information warfare systems contracts to four companies
SAN DIEGO, 1 Feb. 2011. U.S. Navy military cyberspace experts are asking four U.S. defense contractors to investigate ways to build and support offensive and defensive information warfare systems at tactical, operational, and strategic levels under terms of separate contracts worth a collective total of $311.9 million.
The companies also will design and install information warfare software, and perform cyberspace systems integration, test, evaluation, and demonstration. Work on the contracts will be in the San Diego area, and will be finished by the end of January 2013.
SPAWAR awarded Booz Allen a $71.6 million contract with a potential value of $189.4 million; General Dynamics a $78.4 million contract with a potential value of $204.3 million; Northrop Grumman a $77.4 million contract with a potential value of $200.1 million; and SAIC an $84.5 million contract with a potential value of $219 million.
For more information contact Booz Allen Hamilton online at www.boozallen.com; General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems at www.gd-ais.com; Northrop Grumman Information Systems at www.is.northropgrumman.com, SAIC at www.saic.com, or SPAWAR at www.spawar.navy.mil.