Del Rey Systems & Technology Inc. of Kearny Mesa is among four businesses chosen by the U.S. Navy to offer training services related to Navy electronics in locations around the world.

The three-year deal could be worth as much as $25.9 million. The Navy has the option to extend it two more years, giving the contract a ceiling value of $44.0 million through 2022.

Del Rey will now have the chance to compete for task orders to provide training services related to C4ISR systems on ships and submarines, and at shore bases. C4ISR is shorthand for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.

Del Rey is a minority woman-owned business.

Other companies getting similar awards were Alion Science and Technology Corp. of Burr Ridge, Illinois; Camber Corp. of Huntsville, Alabama; and ManTech Advanced Systems International Inc. of Fairfax, Virginia.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (aka SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific) made the awards, choosing among nine bidders. The Pentagon announced the winners on Sept. 18.