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SAIC Awarded Contract To Support Space And Naval Warfare Systems Command

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San Diego CA (SPX) May 27, 2008
Science Applications International Corporation has won a contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, San Diego, Program Executive Office for command and control, communications, computers and intelligence (PEO C4I) to provide specialized network infrastructure support for legacy systems.

This single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite quantity contract has a two year base period of performance and a contract ceiling of more than $20 million. Work will be performed primarily in San Diego.

Under the contract, SAIC will support force-wide tactical information and combat support systems by providing technical support, design, analysis, testing, evaluation and system implementation services.

SAIC will also provide integration support for the Department of Defense (DoD) Architecture Framework and related programs, and prepare a disaster recovery plan including recovery of critical network service.

"We look forward to continuing to provide quality services in support of PEO C4I's important mission -- providing integrated communication and information technology systems, delivering end-to-end connectivity and enabling decision superiority to ensure mission success of our Naval forces," said Tom Baybrook, SAIC senior vice president and business unit manager.

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