The U.S. Marine Corps awarded Tactical Edge Inc., a San Diego small business, a five-year contract that could be worth as much as $49 million. Work will be spread among several Marine Corps bases on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, in Hawaii and in Japan.
Tactical Edge will provide post-deployment system support services to the Marines, to meet Marine Air-Ground Task Force Logistics Support Systems requirements.
Those services will include project management, system administration, software development, cybersecurity and on-site field service.
Some 15 percent of the work will be performed at Camp Pendleton and 2 percent of the work will be performed at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar.
The deal is structured as an indefinite quantity, indefinite delivery contract.
The Marine Corps Systems Command of Quantico, Virginia awarded the deal, which was announced Feb. 14. The government received 13 offers for the contract.