The task order has a 2-year base period of performance, three 1-year award term periods and a total value of more than $35 million if all award term periods are exercised, Science Applications International Corporation said in a news release Thursday.
Work will be performed at NSWC-Crane in Crane, Ind. and other locations as required. The task order, from the Naval Surface Warfare Center -- Crane Division, was awarded under the U.S. Navy's SeaPort-e contract.
NSWC Crane is a field activity of Naval Sea Systems Command and is directed at strategic and special missions and electronic warfare/information operations. The division conducts research, development, acquisition support and test and evaluation capabilities for the U.S. Department of Defense.
Under the task order, SAIC will continue to support NSWC-Crane's Joint Forces Training and Support Branch by providing a wide range of classroom training, logistics documentation, technical manual update and software update support for training equipment related to systems such as small arms weapons, ground-based operational surveillance and night-vision devices, the company said.
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