VT Group has been awarded a spot on the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command’s indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity multiple award contract with a maximum value of $968 million over a 5-year base and one 5-year option period.
VT is one of eight award winners of the Shore Global Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Installation contract. The company will compete to perform the installation of integrated C4ISR and supporting systems at U.S. Navy installations worldwide.
The work will be done at shore-based facilities, on towers, piers, platforms, mobile systems and special purpose vehicles.
“VT Group is honored to partner with NAVWAR to deliver information dominance to the warfighter,” said John Hassoun, VT Group president and CEO. “This new contract will leverage VT Group’s differentiated C4ISR, information technology, and electronic security system expertise, as well as its growing presence and partnerships in the Indo-Pacific region and other locations worldwide.”
But this isn’t VT’s introduction to C4ISR Naval support.
The company has a 50-year history providing the Navy with C4ISR modernization solutions. In July, VT won a similar IDIQ contract with a maximum value of $2.45 billion to modernize C4ISR systems on the Navy’s fleet of surface ships and submarines.
And according to VT, the company has integrated C4ISR technologies at shore-based facilities on all seven continents and aboard every existing class of warship and submarine.