SAIC Wins $49.5 Million U.S. Navy contract for Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF) C4ISR Upgrades and Refurbishment

RESTON, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 8, 2020–

The U.S. Navy awarded Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) a $49.5 million single-award task order to continue to provide the Royal Saudi Naval Forces support services for command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) upgrade and refurbishment. Work will take place in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Under the cost-plus fixed-fee task order, awarded as part of the SeaPort-NxG contract, SAIC will leverage repeatable solutions such as engineering, design and integration, integrated product support and sustainment capabilities on critical networks. These networks fulfill the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command’s requirement for Program Executive Office C4I International Integration Program Office (PMW 740) Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF) In-Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) Support Services.

“For more than 40 years, SAIC has supported the Navy’s mission to help maintain the Royal Saudi Naval Forces’ C4ISR capability modernization, engineering and logistics,” said Jim

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SAIC wins major role in Air Force multi-domain command and control system — Washington Technology

SAIC wins major role in Air Force multi-domain command and control system

Alongside a new round of awards to 15 companies the Air Force announced Wednesday, the service has made a second $878.2 million award to one company.

Both awards are related to the development of the Joint All Domain Command and Control system known as JADC2.

Science Applications International Corp. was tapped for the single award through the OASIS vehicle. SAIC will develop solutions to be delivered through JADC2.

The company doesn’t have clearance from its customer yet to comment on the award, which will stretch out over five years if all options are exercised.

JADC2 is the Air Force’s effort to create a system that can gather information from any sensor anywhere and across any domain and disseminate anywhere it is needed regardless of platform.

According to information on SAIC’s website, JADC2 will be a “unifying connection of

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