VTG has won a $20 million task order to modernize the Aegis Combat System for a field activity within the Naval Sea Systems Command.
The award is through the Technical Insertion 16 Sustainment, Installation, Procurement, and Engineering Services contract with the Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme Division.
The Navy’s enterprise TI16 program aims to modernize combat systems across the surface fleet, including the Aegis Combat System, and supports all cruisers and destroyers, aircraft carriers and amphibious ships.
“Winning this competitive task order on the TI16 program is an important milestone for our team and another exciting opportunity to contribute our technical expertise to the Navy’s modernization efforts” said John Hassoun, VTG president and CEO. “The Aegis Combat System is vital to defending the Navy’s surface fleet and we look forward to leveraging our robust, full lifecycle engineering capabilities in further support of NSWC-PHD and NAVSEA.”
Under this task order, VTG will provide engineering and logistics support services to the Air Dominance Department in-service engineering agent mission. NSWC-PHD is the designated ISEA for the TI16 suite of equipment.
The contract will provide engineering, technical services and materials for reliability and maintainability issues, production and rework, testing, evaluation and life cycle support functions.
VTG has also won a seat on the TI16 indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract in April, which enables the Navy to introduce the latest commercial-off-the-shelf technologies and open architecture designs into Navy combat systems.