PURVIS Systems secures NUWC contract

On June 25, PURVIS Systems, a technology solutions partner that develops, implements, and maintains mission-critical solutions for federal and local governments, announced that it has been awarded a $37.3 million contract by the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division Newport.

Under this five-year contract, the company will support the NUWC Maritime Special Projects Office, Code 349, in its role as the Technical Design Agent (TDA), Acquisition Engineering Agent (AEA) and In-Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) for special submarine augmentation systems. Systems supported under the contract include Acoustic Intelligence (ACINT) and acoustic systems, platform integration systems, communication systems, networks, special purpose augmentation systems, special purpose carry-on-equipment (COE) and equipment that interfaces with these systems.

As the incumbent, PURVIS has supported the NUWC Maritime Special Projects Office, Code 349, since 2010. Under the new contract, PURVIS will provide engineering services, Temporary Alteration (TEMPALT), Operational Alteration (OPALT) and Ship Alteration (SHIPALT) development, fabrication and installation, software programming, logistics, configuration management, testing, training and maintenance services to Code 349.

“PURVIS is honored to have been selected by NUWC to continue providing these services in support of mission-critical systems for the Fleet,” said Joe Drago, CEO of PURVIS. “We feel strongly that this selection is not only a result of the excellent services we provide but also the dedication of our staff. Each month, PURVIS personnel travel to several locations around the world in support of this important contract. I am proud of the quality work that our team members perform and their tireless commitment to supporting the Fleet’s operating requirements.”

Source: PURVIS

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