US Navy Ocean Test Support Contracts Awarded

Press Release
Friday, April 12, 2013

 Eclipse Group Inc., of Annapolis, Md. and  Seaward Services Inc., New Albany, Ind. awarded Navy contracts by the Deptartment of Defense.

The Eclipse contract is valued at US$ 22,879,990, and the Seaward contract  at US$ 21,849,824.

Both contracts are cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple-award contracts for operational and logistics support for ocean testing and related at sea projects.

The contractors will be required to provide operational support personnel and specialized equipment such as remotely operated vehicles, diving services, aircraft support, specialized mobilization equipment and vessels with crews and provisioning in support of open ocean sea tests.

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