Chantilly-based VTG awarded $116M defense contract
Engineering firm to provide services to Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific
Chantilly-based engineering firm VTG announced Tuesday that it has been awarded a $116 million, five-year contract from the Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific (NIWC-PAC) to provide C4ISR (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) engineering and production services to the center’s Network Integration Engineering Facility (NIEF).
The NIWC-PAC NIEF, located at San Diego’s Naval Information Warfare Systems Command, specializes in the design and integration of commercial and government off-the-shelf products for military applications. It also provides environmental qualification testing services for those products, as well as limited- and full-rate production. VTG will provide the NIEF with procurement, fabrication and integration of C4ISR end items, including production units, ancillary kits, sub-systems, assemblies, sub-assemblies, modules and spares.
“For more than 50 years, VTG has provided the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command and NIWC-PAC with C4ISR installation and integration support, both afloat and ashore,” VTG president and CEO John Hassoun said in a statement. “We’re proud of that longstanding partnership and excited about this new opportunity to leverage our growing C4ISR production capabilities in support of the NIEF’s mission.”