G2 Software Systems Inc. says it received a government task order that could be worth as much as $67 million over five years.
Under the deal, G2 and its contracting team will provide services to the San Diego-based Joint Tactical Networking Center.
The task order is for one year but could be extended to five.
G2’s subcontractors on the deal are ARINC, Celerity, CommLargo, EMN Defense Services, Innovative Networking and Communications Associates, RAM Laboratories, SAIC, SRA International, Tactical Engineering & Analysis and TopVue Defense.
The team will offer support in program management, operations management, acquisition management, systems engineering, software engineering, network engineering, radio frequency engineering, information assurance engineering, test and evaluation engineering, financial management, cost estimating and administrative support services.
G2 is a San Diego-based, woman-owned small business.
The task order is part of G2’s Seaport-e contract.
Separately, G2 said it received a $141,000 task order from the U.S. Navy’s Spawar Systems Center Pacific in support of Spawar’s business systems laboratory.
— SDBJ Staff Report