Parsons secured a place in a multi-award contract with a minimum value of $ 28 million and a cap of $ 68 million to provide the Naval Warfare Center, Pacific, with engineering and technical services.
As part of the three-year contract, the company will support the command, control, communications, IT and intelligence surveillance reconnaissance systems of joint, allied and coalition naval operations, Parsons said Friday.
The disruptive technology provider will also help learn basic technology skills and develop systems, model and simulate, analyze networks, converge, time and secure, and other processes of production and manufacturing.
Christopher Bush, senior vice president of Parsons’ defense business unit, said the company’s multi-domain expertise aligns with the Navy’s shift to an aligned, network-centric infrastructure designed to focus on performing cross-functional missions, enabling future adaptation of technology and complying with updated Strategies.
NIWC has four one-year options for the contract that will allow the company’s capability-based portfolio to transform into a network system to support the Navy and joint network-centric missions.