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Navy picks Wyle for test and evaluation support

June 13, 2013 at 4:43 PM   |   Comments

EL SEGUNDO, Calif., June 13 (UPI) -- An indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from the U.S. Navy has been given to Wyle for test and evaluation services for a variety of Navy systems.

The multiple award for support to Commander, Operational Test and Evaluation Force, carries an aggregate value of more than $47 million for all awardees.

Under the award, Wyle is eligible to provide requirements analysis, test planning, test execution support, data collection and analysis, and test reporting to evaluate the operational effectiveness and suitability of aviation, surface, sub-surface, C4ISR systems, sensors, and operational equipment.

The contract is for a one-year base period of performance with two option years.

"This contract affords Wyle the opportunity to continue to make Wyle's expertise in these important areas available to the Commander, Operational Test and Evaluation Force," said Mike Meier, Wyle's senior program manager.

"It also benefits stakeholders within the U.S. Navy test and evaluation community, program management offices and the acquisition requirements community."

Wyle said its subcontractors on the project are Battelle, Command Post Technologies, Core Services Group, DDL Omni, Eagle Systems, EM Solutions, GTRI, ISHPI, I Square Systems, Klett Associates, Linxx, MI Technical Solutions, MTSI, RTR Technologies, Tactical Electronics and Valkyrie.

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