Serco Inc. has won a single-award recompete contract to continue naval ship design work for the Naval Systems Engineering and Logistics Directorate.
The contract has a total estimated value of $125 million if all options are exercised. It includes one base year and five 1-year options periods.
“Our team has collectively led the efforts for new designs and modernization of Navy Destroyers, Frigates, small combatants, and unmanned and autonomous systems,” said Mike Fortune, Serco vice president of the Maritime, Engineering, Technology & Sustainment business.
Under the contract, Serco will support the Surface Ship Design and Systems Engineering Group in managing combatant ship integration efforts, including ship and force architecture concept development, while formulating the Navy’s top-level shipbuilding programs.
This work applies to surface ships, craft, boats, unmanned/autonomous vehicles, associated systems and subsystems, warfare/combat systems, control systems and sensors.
“This experience has allowed us to develop and update design tools and train a new generation of engineers prepared to meet the challenges of tomorrow including digital engineering, cyber architecture, high-energy weapons integration, and hypersonic missile defense,” Fortune said.