Science Applications International Corp. has won a potential five-year, $57M task order from the U.S. Navy to provide engineering support to theÂ polymers and undersea sensors branch within aÂ Naval Surface Warfare Center branch located in Crane, Ind.
SAIC said ThursdayÂ it will supportÂ NSWC-Crane DivisionÂ in efforts to develop, test, evaluate, overhaul or repair multipleÂ sensors,Â underwater cables andÂ elastomer-based products.
The task order was awarded under the Navy's Seaport-e contract andÂ has one base year along withÂ four option years.
â€œThis win not only continues the strong partnership weâ€™ve had for 30 years with NSWC Crane but it is also an affirmation of the Product Support Center services model weâ€™ve developed with them," said Jim Scanlon, executive vice president and general manager at SAIC's defense systems customer group.
The model focuses on lifecycle support services for platforms throughÂ sustainment, integration, system engineering and analysis techniques.Â It can be deployed via customer-defined modules or as aÂ tailored comprehensive package.