Parsons wins C4ISR architectures contract

On August 6, Centreville, VA-based Parsons Corporation announced that it has won a $28 million multiple-award contract to support the networks division (Code 55100) at the Naval Warfare Center, Pacific (NIWC Pacific) in engineering and technical services spanning naval, joint, allied and coalition operations.

The new contract has a three-year base period with four one-year options for an overall potential value of $68 million and will provide continuing command, control, communications, computer and intelligence surveillance reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems engineering support.

“We are proud to support NIWC Pacific in their mission to achieve information dominance in the specialized afloat, ashore and airborne cyberspace domains,” said Christopher Bush, senior vice president of Parsons’ defense business unit. “Our scalable architectures and multi-domain expertise align with the Navy’s transition to a net-centric aligned infrastructure that is compliant with the latest policies, focuses on cross-functional mission execution and enables adaptation of future technologies.”

The Parsons team will provide engineering support related to the core competencies of technology and architecture development, network analysis, modeling and simulation, network convergence, network timing, network security, certification and governance, network and information system applications, network management and monitoring, network and computer operations, and production and manufacturing processes. Company efforts will enable the transition of a capabilities-based portfolio into a network infrastructure that supports Navy and Joint net-centric operations.

Source: Parsons