Under the current indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity vehicle, CSC will continue to provide information technology services for the Naval Network Warfare Command in the Far East region. The new award expands the scope of the work, however, to include service desk and field support, networks and systems operations, information assurance, network technical assistance and more to shore-based classified and unclassified networks in Europe and Bahrain.
The contract has a maximum value of $144 million. It is for a one-year base period with four one-year options.
CSC said the contract follows a previous ONE-NET task order awarded to CSC in 2010, which was exclusive to the Far East.
"CSC's expansion of ONE-NET operations support improves the effectiveness of critical enterprise networks and provides significant savings and efficiencies for the Navy," said Alan B. Weakley, president of CSC's North American Public Sector Defense Group. "We look forward to seamlessly integrating and delivering an efficient, secure and effective cyberspace for the Navy to conduct operations today and in the future."
CSC contract team members include C4 Planning Solutions LLC, of Blythe, Ga.; Cisco Systems of San Jose, Calif.; Dell of Round Rock, Texas; F2 Systems of Midville, Ga.; General Dynamics Information Technology of Fairfax, Va.; Harris Corporation of Melbourne, Fla.; and STG, Inc. of Reston, Va.
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