Navy taps Gryphon Technologies for engineering services under $83.5 million contract
WASHINGTON. U.S. Navy officials selected Gryphon Technologies LC for a single-award task order to provide engineering and technical services to the Naval Sea Systems Command Surface Ship Maintenance (NAVSEA 21) Surface Maintenance and Engineering Planning Program (SURFMEPP). The contract is worth an estimated $83.5 million.
Under contract, Gryphon will provide engineering, maintenance and availability planning, mission and administrative support services, executive and program management support, and Fleet/Type Commander Technical Support services to centralize surface ship life cycle maintenance engineering and class maintenance planning and management requirements.
P.J. Braden, founder and CEO of Gryphon, says, “Gryphon will work with the SURFMEPP professionals providing centralized surface ship life cycle maintenance strategies aligned with and responsive to National, Fleet, Surface Type Commander and NAVSEA needs and priorities.”
Work will be performed at SURFMEPP headquarters in Portsmouth, VA, as well as other locations within the continental United States and overseas. The contract was competitively won under full and open competition and if all options are exercised, it is expected to be completed by August 2022.