Engility has been awardedÂ a potential four-year, $38 million contract to help the U.S. NavyÂ determine aircraft safety requirementsÂ and prepare flight clearances.
The company said ThursdayÂ it willÂ provide aircraft worthiness recommendations to theÂ Naval Air Systems Command Airworthiness and CYBERSAFEÂ OfficeÂ as well as convert theÂ flight and technical manuals of the Navy into anÂ electronic format.
â€œThis new workÂ builds uponÂ Engilityâ€™sÂ long-standing system engineering support to NAVAIR,â€ said Lynn Dugle, Engility CEO.
Dugle added the company aims to develop digital management tools intended to help the commandÂ accelerate the delivery of flight safety documents to the Navy’s aircraft fleet.
Engility willÂ also supportÂ the NAVAIRÂ Airworthiness and CYBERSAFEÂ Office’sÂ efforts to develop criteria andÂ policies for cybersecurityÂ certification ofÂ aircraft and weapon systems.
The contract hasÂ one base year and three option years.