Anteon nabs Navy contracts

Anteon captured two Navy contracts this week potentially worth more than $50 million.

The Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego, has awarded the integrator a $26.5 million contract to provide surveillance systems engineering, software development, and test and evaluation support. Work under the five-year contract will be performed for the center’s Joint and National Systems Division.

Specific services to be provided include software systems engineering, design and development, and configuration management.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego is the Navy’s research and development center for command, control and communications systems, and ocean surveillance.

The Naval Sea Systems Command, meanwhile, has awarded Anteon a contract to support mine countermeasures-class ships. The contract could be worth up to $25.7 million if the Navy exercises all of its options.

Moore is a freelance writer based in Syracuse, N.Y.


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