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Serco to deliver IT support to US Navy

Posted 15 October 2018 · Add Comment

Serco Inc. announced that it has been awarded one of five spots on an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract to deliver technical support services for IT tools and technologies that enable US Navy personnel readiness.


Courtesy Serco


This contract has a three-year base period plus three one-year option periods, with a ceiling value of $213 million, if all option years are exercised.

Under the contract, Serco will compete for task orders to deliver: data and information management; engineering, IT system and network support; information assurance and cyber security; software analysis; hardware maintenance and development; and business process reengineering. 

Delivery would provide on-site and off-site support to Naval officers, programme managers and analysts for multiple commands at multiple geographic locations.

“We have supported the Navy and their personnel community commands for over 30 years.  A position on this IDIQ allows Serco to expand our personnel readiness services in support of the US military,” said Dave Dacquino, Serco Inc.’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.  “We understand the mission critical importance of personnel readiness, and are prepared to deliver a full suite of IT tools and technologies.”

 

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