Raytheon awarded LPD-17 network IDIQ contract
Raytheon has been awarded a $74.7 million IDIQ contract for design agent engineering services for networks and network user systems on the US Navy’s operational Landing Platform Dock (LPD)-17 class amphibious transport dock ships.
The company will provide design agent engineering and technical services for the overall management, development, testing, troubleshooting, repair, configuration, maintenance and fleet sustainment of fielded networks and associated network user systems/clients on operational LPD 17-class amphibious transport dock ships.
The services are in support of US Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division, Code 52, which is responsible for the lifecycle in-service engineering agent support of mission critical interior communications data networks.
Work will be complete by December 2024.
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