Five Va. companies win spots on $556M Navy contract
Contract worth up to $800M if options exercised
Five Virginia companies have won spots on an estimated $556 million U.S. Navy multiple-award contract to compete for task orders to provide technical services to the Office of the Chief Naval Operations Information Technology Department Command Information Office.
Three Fortune 500 contractors — McLean-based Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., Reston-based CACI International Inc. and Reston-based Science Applications International Corp. — along with Alexandria-based Capstone Corp. and McLean-based 22nd Century Technologies Inc., will be competing for services on the cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract.
The contracts will run concurrently and have a 60-month base ordering period, with an additional six-month ordering period option that, if exercised, would bring the estimated value to $800 million. The base period begins in November and is expected to be completed by October 2026.
Work will be performed in Arlington; Pensacola, Florida; Millington, Tennessee; and other locations in the continental U.S.