Peraton has received four U.S. Navy Unmanned Maritime Systems Support task orders valued at $27.45 million.
The recompetes have been awarded separately since August, with the latest in the series — a task order to provide enhanced software support — issued recently through the Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific in San Diego, California.
The company has supported the Navy on unmanned underwater vehicles since 2001. Over the last 17 years, Peraton executives said, the company has developed long-term system experience and technical knowledge, helping it to become one of the nation’s top providers of unmanned maritime contract support.
The four recent task orders include support for the unmanned underwater vehicle operations, including preparing test plans and resulting test reports. Through work on the Unmanned Underwater Vehicle Support Representatives effort, the company provides subject matter expertise for the MK 18 family of systems assigned to applicable CONUS and OCONUS fleet units.
Other programs in the recent awards include the unmanned underwater vehicle enhanced software support effort, with subcontractor SeeByte Inc., and work as the COIN Software development lead.