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Serco awarded US Navy contract to bolster anti-terrorist tech support

Posted 9 October 2023

Serco Inc. has been awarded a competitive recompete for a single-award Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract, selected by the US Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Pacific for the Physical Security System-Enterprise Architecture (PS2-EA) contract to provide technology support services towards counter terrorism.

Above: Tom Watson, Chief Executive Officer, Serco Inc.
Courtesy Serco

The contract has a total estimated value of $201 million if all options are exercised.  It includes one-base year and four one-year options periods.

Under the contract, Serco will continue to provide life-cycle sustainment of physical security/access control and command, control communications, and computers and intelligence (C4I) systems to ensure the continuous operation and advancement of the PS2-EA, previously known as the Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) Electronic Surveillance Systems (ESS). Additionally, Serco will provide these services for the Pentagon at naval bases across the globe. The scope of Serco’s work extends to installation, integration, testing and evaluation, maintenance and supply/logistics support.

Additionally, Serco will be deploying the Physical Security Information Management System (PSIM). PSIM is a smart coordinator that seamlessly integrates data from various security systems. This advanced system presents information in a clear and accessible manner to the appropriate authorities. By doing so, Serco empowers security personnel with the tools needed to make informed decisions and efficiently manage a spectrum of security technologies, ensuring a robust and effective security ecosystem.

“Serco has been at the forefront of delivering anti-terrorism, force protection technology services to the US Navy globally since 2003,” said Tom Watson, Serco Inc.’s Chief Executive Officer. “This contract award underscores our commitment to the mission and I commend the exceptional Serco team for their role in providing these mission-critical services.”




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