Concurrent Technologies Corp. wins $236 million SeaPort-e contract from NSWC Crane

JOHNSTOWN, Pa., 8 Jan. 2009. Concurrent Technologies Corp. (CTC) won a Seaport-e task order from the U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Expeditionary Systems Engineering Division, in Crane, Ind., to provide Research, Development, Testing & Evaluation Systems Operations and Maintenance support. The contract has an estimated value of $236 million over five years depending on tasks required by NSWC Crane and its customers.

Jan 8th, 2009

JOHNSTOWN, Pa., 8 Jan. 2009.Concurrent Technologies Corp. (CTC) won a Seaport-e task order from the U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Expeditionary Systems Engineering Division, in Crane, Ind., to provide Research, Development, Testing & Evaluation Systems Operations and Maintenance support. The contract has an estimated value of $236 million over five years depending on tasks required by NSWC Crane and its customers.

George W. Appley, general manager of CTC's Federal Systems Group, says: "Along with our 16 teammates, our understanding of NSWC Crane's focus areas, our relationships with NSWC's target customers, our technical knowledge, and CTC's focus on enabling small business innovation created the best value for Crane."

Under an initial SeaPort-e Task Order, CTC will assist NSWC Crane in achieving its strategic target to be recognized as a Special Missions Center of Excellence and to grow new Special Missions programs and technologies, including applied research and development, deployment planning and support, education and training, systems/software engineering, and systems security.

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