Navy to Spend Hundreds of Millions for Help at Point Loma LabTuesday, June 27, 2017
Six companies received contracts to provide support services at the U.S. Navy’s Point Loma lab. Under the best of circumstances, the work announced on June 14 will extend to the middle of 2022.
As winners of the indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity deals, the six businesses will now go on to compete for task orders from the lab.
The deals have a two-year base period. The Navy may extend each contract at its option for up to three more years.
The support services include test and evaluation support, independent verification and validation, configuration management, software quality assurance and website maintenance.
Ninety percent of the work will be in San Diego. The balance will be in Arizona.
The six recipients, along with the ceiling amounts of their contracts, follow:
• Assured Space Access Technologies Inc. of Gilbert, Ariz. received a contract with a $34.2 million ceiling. It is eligible for up to $89.2 million of work if the Navy exercises all of its options and extends the contract to five years.
• Cutler Engineering & Technology Services of San Diego, $30.6 million ceiling, $79.4 million with all options exercised
• Home2Office Computing Solutions Inc. of San Diego, dba C3 Networx, $30.5 million ceiling, $78.4 million with options
• Tactical Engineering & Analysis Inc. of San Diego, $30.5 million ceiling, $77.8 million with options
• King Technologies Inc. of San Diego, $29.4 million ceiling, $75.0 million with options
• ODME Solutions LLC of Del Mar, $24.7 million ceiling, $64.4 million with options
Nine companies bid on the work.
SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific awarded the deals. SPAWAR stands for Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command.