AMSEC Wins SPAWAR Contract

Tuesday, May 09, 2006
AMSEC LLC announced has been awarded a five-year contract to provide support to the U.S. Navy's Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center in Charleston, S.C. The contract has a base period of one year with an estimated value of $58.9m and a total value of $318m if all options are exercised. Work will be conducted primarily out of AMSEC's San Diego office, but also includes supporting SPAWAR Systems Center tasking in Norfolk, Va.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Bremerton, Wash.; and Hawaii. Services performed under the contract include installation of Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems on ships, submarines and shore sites.

"This contract enables AMSEC's continued support of Navy sailors, ships and systems as they respond to world-wide challenges, including the global war on terror," said Jim Taylor, AMSEC LLC business area manager for Maintenance, Modernization and Technical Services - West. "We will install the new technology systems required to help meet the demands of the 21st century on ships, submarines and shore stations." Under this contract, AMSEC LLC will continue its current efforts to implement a wide variety of new technologies and systems. AMSEC LLC has been supporting SPAWAR Systems Centers in Charleston and San Diego since 2000.

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