U.S. Navy signs $90 million enterprise services support contract with Engility

CHANTILLY, Va. Systems engineering company Engility Holdings has won a five-year, $90 million task order to provide software engineering and production support to the U.S. Navy's tactical afloat and submarine local area networks.

Under the terms of the Tactical Network (TACNET) Technical and Production Support task order -- awarded by Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic -- is set to support a number of Navy Integrated Product Teams working on the fleet's afloat tactical networks, including those supporting programs like the Automated Digital Network System, Submarine Local Area Network, Integrated Shipboard Network Systems, and Consolidated Afloat Network Enterprise Systems (CANES).

"Engility's cybersecurity, software, and systems engineering expertise will continue to help the Navy field their next-generation tactical afloat networks," said Lynn Dugle, Chairman, president and CEO of Engility. "Building flexibility, resiliency, and adaptability into these networks will keep the Navy's  infrastructure operating effectively well into the 21st century."

Topics covered in this article