RESTON, Va., July 8 (UPI) -- STG Inc. of Virginia will support the U.S. Navy's C4ISR systems worldwide under a contract from the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center-Atlantic.
The multiple indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity award has a potential value of $99.9 million over seven years.
"STG provides critical support that enables the Navy to use information as a warfighting tool -- ensuring that the right information gets to the warfighter on time and in a secure environment," said Jim Felter, STG senior vice president for its defense sector.
STG said it began supporting SPAWAR 15 years ago with the dual transformational initiatives of Copernicus and the Navy-Marine Corps "From the Sea" doctrine.
Under the terms of this contract, STG will support SSC-A in areas such as enterprise management; configuration management; storage management; operations management; security management; help desk; and training.
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