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Amentum Wins $592M Navy Contract for Ship Life Cycle, Systems Integration Support

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Amentum Services has received a potential $591.6 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from the U.S. Navy to provide life cycle and systems upgrades and integration, and training support for naval vessels and systems under the Foreign Military Sales program.

Under the five-year agreement, the company will perform the required services to support the transfer, acquisition, operation and maintenance of Navy ships for FMS customers, according to the Department of Defense.

Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Keyport, Washington, conducted a competitive procurement through the Federal Business Opportunities website and later the System for Award Management website and received four proposals. The division will obligate FMS funds at the delivery order level.

According to the DOD contract award digest, the bulk of the work items will occur within and outside the contiguous United States, and the remaining requirements will be performed in various locations abroad, including Egypt, Iraq and the Philippines.

The effort is scheduled to be completed by August 2028.

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