Valuable Maritime Services Contract Continuation for CDI

Press Release
Tuesday, April 23, 2013

CDI Corp. gets a new U.S. Navy SEAPORT task order to continue to provide watercraft engineering & marine services for the Naval Surface Warfare Center.

The watercraft engineering and marine services contract is for the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, Detachment Norfolk – Combatant Craft Division (CCD).

The new task order, including all options, has a maximum value of $36 million over a two-year period. CDI will be the principal engineering and installation/alteration contractor for the CCD, providing program management and planning, design and prototype engineering and construction, design development engineering, acquisition engineering, logistics, in-service engineering and lifecycle management. CDI has provided the same services to the Navy over the past nine years.

The Combatant Craft Division is a full-spectrum, full-life-cycle technical support center for all types of combatant craft, boats, watercraft and associated systems. It supports the U.S. Navy, U.S. Special Operations Command, U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard and other government agencies.

"We are proud of our work with the Combatant Craft Division and we are pleased with the confidence the Navy has shown in CDI," said Robert Giorgio , President of CDI's Global Engineering and Technology Solutions business. "We have a track record of success with previous national defense and homeland security initiatives and we look forward to continuing to provide the kind of engineering support and services that such important projects require and deserve."


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