Multimax wins $41M contract from Navy command

Multimax has won a contract with a ceiling value of $41 million for a four year-period from Commander, Navy Installations Command for a wide range of information technology infrastructure support services, company officials announced.

The performance-based contract calls for Multimax to plan, deploy, operate and maintain the command's IT infrastructure and provide related support services.

Services covered by the contract include application and database maintenance support, commercial software integration, systems integration, and wired and wireless communications systems. The command manages land-based installations across the Navy.

Multimax said its initial task order is to establish a help desk and depot support facility for the command’s Enterprise Land Mobile Radio project.

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