The U.S. Navy has awarded Serco a potential $201 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to provide technology services support for Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific anti-terrorism activities. The one-year base contract has four options of one-year terms each.
According to Serco, the work will continue its life cycle sustainment support to NWIC Pacific’s Physical Security System-Enterprise Architecture covering physical security; access control systems; and command, control, communications and computers and intelligence platforms.
Formerly called the Anti-Terrorism Force Protection/Naval Electronic Surveillance Systems program, PS2-EA will also rely on Serco’s support on integration, testing and evaluation, maintenance and supply/logistics, as well as the company’s Physical Security Information Management system.
PSIM allows data integration from various security tools and provides its authorized users access to stored information for effective decision-making.
Serco CEO Tom Watson said the new contract highlights Serco’s commitment to the naval mission, noting the company’s decades-long technology support in force protection for U.S. Navy personnel worldwide.