SCB Federal Systems Wins $13M Subcontract

Monday, December 29, 2003
Remtech Services, Inc. (RSI) division of SCB Computer Technology, Inc. has won a subcontract from CACI to provide information technology support services to the U.S. Navy's Naval Tactical Command Support System (NTCSS). The one-year subcontract has options for four additional years and is potentially worth $13 million if all options are exercised and fully funded. The NTCSS ITSS contract award to CACI, and the subsequent subcontract to RSI, provides RSI with opportunity for growth in its Navy business and extends RSI's customer relationship with Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center (SYSCEN) Norfolk that began in 1995, Cobb continued. The contract provides for the design, development, integration, implementation, web-enabling and life cycle support of tactical command support management information systems to meet existing and emergent C4I requirements. These systems automate supply, inventory, finance, ship/submarine/aviation maintenance, configuration management, manpower, medical, dental, food service, and resale operations. They are currently operating on fleet ships, air stations, maintenance facilities and a wide variety of support installations around the world, he said.

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