Unmanned Maritime Systems task orders won by Peraton

HERNDON, Va. Peraton has received four U.S. Navy Unmanned Maritime Systems Support (UMSS) task orders valued at $27.45 million. The four task orders are all recompetes awarded separately since August.

The four recent task orders include UUV Operations to provide general support to the MK 18 UUV program, UUV support representatives to supply senior UUV Fleet Support Representatives subject matter expertise for the MK 18 Family of Systems assigned to applicable fleet units and the MK 18 Family of Systems Schoolhouse effort, UUV Enhanced Software Support to provide computer and software engineering and information technology services with subcontractor SeeByte Inc., and COIN Software Development Lead to support product improvements and upgrades to MK 18 Family of UUV systems' C4I efforts with subcontractor G2 Software Systems Inc.

Peraton's work supports the Navy's plans to increase its unmanned capabilities to rapidly acquire key platforms, including developing a Large Unmanned Surface Vehicle (LUSV) starting in 2023 and fielding a new family of Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs) no later than 2025.