SAIC Lands $171.5M Navy Contract for Fleet Deployment Training Support 

James Scanlon, SAIC

Science Applications International Corp. has won a U.S. Navy $171.5 million single award to continue providing a range of training solutions, including virtual and synthetic training environments, as part of the Fleet Deployment Training Program supporting U.S. Navy Fleet Forces and associated Fleet commands and activities. 

The renewed prime contract has a 10-month base period of performance, four 1-year options and one 6-month extension option. 

Under the contract, SAIC is to continue providing the requisite training program support necessary to facilitate the certification of fleet forces. The company also will provide services to assist USFF and associated fleet commands/activities in execution of pre-deployment and sustainment training. 

The company is proud to continue to bring together sailors worldwide through live, virtual and constructive training environments, said Jim Scanlon, SAIC executive vice president and general manager of the Defense Systems Group.

“Based on our responsive and high-quality past performance, we can assure the Fleet that SAIC remains highly committed to the mission success of the Navy and our warfighters,” he added.

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