BearingPoint wins $57.9 million contract to provide U.S. Navy IT management support

MCLEAN, Va., 6 Oct. 2007. BearingPoint Inc. won a contract to provide business transformation, Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI), and IT support services for the U.S. Navy's Naval Network Warfare Command (NETWARCOM). The contract is for one year with four annual options, and has an award ceiling of $57.9 million.

Oct 6th, 2007

MCLEAN, Va., 6 Oct. 2007. BearingPoint Inc. won a contract to provide business transformation, Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI), and IT support services for the U.S. Navy's Naval Network Warfare Command (NETWARCOM). The contract is for one year with four annual options, and has an award ceiling of $57.9 million.

BearingPoint will assist NETWARCOM in meeting its mission to deliver and operate a reliable, secure, and battle-ready global network to United States Fleet Forces.

BearingPoint will assist with:

- Transitioning users from legacy networks to NMCI
- Supporting the reduction of legacy applications
- Developing account and file-share processes and policies
- Hardware and software technical refresh support
- Consultation on CIO-level initiatives

NMCI serves as the Department of the Navy's connection to the Global Information Grid and provides a secure, integrated means to conduct Network Centric Operations throughout the Navy.

BearingPoint's team of subcontractors for this effort will include CACI, Lockheed Martin, Target Systems, and TKC Technology Solutions.

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