U.S. Navy awards ESN $70 million for network-centric work

ARLINGTON, Va., 18 April 2007. Engineering Services Network Inc. (ESN) has received a contract award from the U.S. Navy valued at $70 million for engineering, logistics, and technical support for government managed communications systems and networks.

Apr 18th, 2007

ARLINGTON, Va., 18 April 2007. Engineering Services Network Inc. (ESN) has received a contract award from the U.S. Navy valued at $70 million for engineering, logistics, and technical support for government managed communications systems and networks.

ESN, a service-disabled, veteran-owned company based in Arlington, Va., received notice from the Navy for a $9.5 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, cost-plus-fixed-fee performance-based contract. The award includes options, which if exercised, would bring the value of the contract to nearly $70 million over seven years. Fifty percent of the work will be performed in the Portsmouth, Va., area and 50 percent will be performed in Charleston, S.C.

Under the contract, ESN will:

Provide investigation and evaluation of shipboard and shore systems and equipment to determine platform and site equipment/system configuration.

Perform engineering investigative, evaluative, and corrective services for shipboard and shore equipment/systems to identify and document design and/or installation problems related to maintainability, reliability, and operability.

Develop, prepare, review, and verify various forms of technical documentation.

Provide investigation and evaluation of various data files to identify equipment performance deficiencies (operational and logistic).

Develop/Provide training material/aids, and conduct training, training audits and evaluations.

Perform maintenance philosophy evaluations to identify support requirements at the three levels (Organizational, Intermediate, and Depot) of maintenance.

Determine Intermediate level screening criteria, establish depot capability requirements, and certify depot performance. Where applicable, define/evaluate nontraditional maintenance processes to provide suitable support for commercial off-the shelf (COTS) equipment/systems.

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