MIDDLETOWN, R.I., 11 Sept. 2007. Purvis Systems Inc., an IT systems and service provider for the defense, public safety, and emergency management industries, has been awarded two contracts by the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division Newport.
The larger of the two contracts was issued for NUWC Code 25 Laboratory Operations & Maintenance Services, in which PURVIS will provide operational, technical, and engineering services in support of the facilities, systems and laboratories at the TRIDENT Life Cycle Support Facility, the Combat Control Systems Laboratory, and the Combat Systems Technology Laboratory.
This contract between PURVIS and the NUWC is expected to be complete by August 27, 2012 and is valued at an estimated $35,000,000. PURVIS Systems will serve as the prime contractor for the project, with key supporting subcontractors including Lockheed Martin Tactical Systems, Advanced Solutions For Tomorrow, and Gryphon Technologies LLC.
Tasks assigned to PURVIS Systems under terms of the Code 25 contract include system- and subsystem-level preventive hardware maintenance, laboratory modification and upgrade support, planning, installation and removal of SSN, SSBN, and SSGN equipment ships sets, media center operations, and technical support to the U.S. Navy submarine fleet, including diagnostic, troubleshooting, and installation/removal procedural guidance.
The second contract calls for PURVIS Systems to provide program management and engineering services in support of NUWC's Ranges, Engineering, and Analysis Department (Code 70). PURVIS will deliver engineering services such as software and algorithm development support, software test verification and validation, test planning, and logistical test support for major research and development test and evaluation programs. This contract is expected to be complete by July 19, 2009, and is valued at an estimated $1,700,000. PURVIS Systems will serve as the prime contractor, with subcontracting services provided by Northrop Grumman and Sakonnet Technology Group.
The mission of the NAVSEA NUWC is to provide the technical foundation, which enables the conceptualization, research, development, fielding, modernization and maintenance of systems that ensure the U.S. Navy's undersea superiority.