AECOM awarded US$43-million SeaPort-e task order
AECOM of Los Angeles, CA announced on August 31 that it has been awarded a task order by theUnited States Navy to provide electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and engineering support services to Seaport-e, the Navy’s electronic platform for acquiring support services across a variety of technical areas.
The five-year, $43-million task order supports the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, and offers four one-year option periods.
Under the new task order, AECOM will continue to support the NSWCDD Electromagnetic Effects Division (Q50) Electromagnetic Assurance Center by providing a full range of EMC and engineering services for Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Test, Evaluation, & Integration of new technologies for the Sea, Air, Land platform. Environments services provided by AECOM will include spectrum supportability; electromagnetic pulse research, development, test and evaluation; pulsed current injection testing; dynamic cognitive networking; integrated topside design; platform EMC certification; fleet interoperability support; and E3 knowledge management systems.
“We look forward to strengthening our partnership with the Navy by continuing to provide expert EMC engineering support services under the Seaport-e contract vehicle,” said Randy Wotring, president of AECOM’s management services group. “We are proud of our established relationship with the Navy and are thrilled to have been selected as a prime contractor on this effort.”