The U.S. Navy wants to modernize some aspects of systems engineering and aircraft launch and recovery equipment capabilities. It has awarded Engility Holdings, Inc. $30 million to deliver solutions to the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Facility.
Engility said the contract has the firm assisting the Navy with advancing existing products including launch, recovery and visual landing aids. It also includes support for maintenance of aircraft aboard Navy ships and at Marine Corps airfields. Technical services deliveries are also to include design engineering, software test and circuit board diagnostics. This is not the first time Engility has worked with the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (Navair).
"Engility has partnered with Navair for more than 20 years to provide mission-critical systems engineering capabilities," said Lynn Dugle, Engility CEO. "This win allows our subject matter experts to work alongside our customers to ensure mission readiness and deliver best practices in engineering, cyber and software development."
The contract award has a cost plus fixed-fee structure with a one-year base and four option years.