SAIC Wins $37 Million Seaport-e Task Order

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Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) won a $37 million Seaport-e task order to provide mission support services to the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City Division.

Were proud to expand our current support to NSWC PCD Joint Expeditionary Command and Control program, or JEXC2, on this new task order, said Jim Scanlon, executive vice president and general manager of SAICs Defense Systems customer group, We help make sure the JEXC2 networks and infrastructure operate at peak performance to give the Warfighter full access to the best available command and control systems.

The JEXC2 family of systems provide the military with a wide range of technology and communications capabilities. On this contract, SAIC will deliver technical support to fielded military command and control systems. The company will also provide 24/7 help desk support and field service representatives deployed with each system. These representatives will help the JEXC2 end-users with system employment, operations and maintenance. The task order has a five-year period of performance.

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