The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific recently awarded contracts to five businesses with San Diego offices, giving all the chance to compete for task orders to support Navy electronics projects.
All contracts are three-year deals. The government has the option to extend each deal for two more years. At least 90 percent of the work will be performed in San Diego.
The contracts cover engineering support for C4I systems. C4I is a military term for command, control, communications, computers and intelligence.
Federal contracts come in a variety of forms. The contracts awarded to the five businesses are indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity, cost plus fixed fee contracts.
• Accenture Federal Services LLC, $25.3 million contract ceiling, or $43.4 million if the government exercises its option.
• Booz Allen Hamilton, $20.8 million contract ceiling, $35.6 million with option.
• FGM Inc., $16.4 million contract ceiling, $28.0 million with option.
• SAIC, $23.5 million contract ceiling, $40.2 million with option.
• Scientific Research Corp., $15 million contract ceiling, $25.5 million with option.
The Defense Department said it received proposals from eight interested contractors.