Agile technology solutions provider Excella has been awarded a prime position on the U.S. Navy’s SeaPort Next Generation multiple-award contract.
The contract has a 2.5-year base period and an ordering period of five years, with a remaining ceiling value of $7.5 billion.
“The U.S. Navy is making impressive progress solving transformational challenges and modernizing its approach to IT,” said Jeff Gallimore, chief technology and innovation officer of Excella. “As an innovation partner, Excella can equip the Navy to be combat-ready and ensure mission success through IT.”
Excella was also recently awarded a Small Business Innovation Research Phase I contract to research the use of DevSecOps practices and technologies with Naval Control Systems. With this announcement, Excella will continue to support the Navy with agile and DevSecOps services to Seaport-NxG.
SeaPort-NxG will also allow the Navy to continue modernizing its technology systems through innovative services like application and infrastructure development.
“At Excella, we prioritize helping agencies address their biggest IT challenges through agile technology, AI and beyond. Supporting the Navy through this vehicle will help incite end-to-end confidence in the Navy’s technological capabilities,” said Sarath Ravella, vice president of strategic initiatives at Excella. “Excella’s agile approach will accelerate speed to capability for the warfighter.”