MIDDLETOWN – Systems Engineering Associates Corp. was one of three contractors awarded a three-year $49.9 million multiple award contract to provide services including design, development, delivery and execution of U.S. Navy training requirements for planning and execution for hull, mechanical and electrical, and combat systems for submarines and surface ships, the company announced Thursday.
The contract was awarded by the Combat Control Systems Department of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Newport.
SEA CORP, the prime contractor of the project, will lead a team of several subcontractors. The contract represents new work for the company. It was awarded on Jan. 26.
SEA CORP Senior Vice President Dave Cadorette said in a statement, “This award provides a significant opportunity for SEA CORP to expand our experience with Naval training systems and plans. We look forward to applying our capabilities to various platforms and systems, and demonstrating our continued commitment to benefit the Navy.”
Work performed under the contract will also include training-systems development and installation plans, development of training plans, curriculum, blended training solutions and delivery of classroom and lab environments.
Chris Bergenheim is the PBN web editor.