CHANTILLY, Va., Aug. 23, 2018 – Engility won an $85 million Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Code AIR-4.1—Systems Engineering Department contract in April 2018. The company will support NAWCAD Code AIR 4.1 by providing systems engineering, analysis, development and testing of Naval Aviation warfare systems. Engility will also help introduce these systems into Naval aircraft, and support them over their life-cycle.
“We look forward to studying, analyzing and developing new methods, tools, training and environments for application across the entire life-cycle of Naval Aviation,” said Lynn Dugle, chairman, president and CEO of Engility. “We are proud to leverage our expertise in model-based systems engineering to keep the Navy ahead of their evolving missions around the world.”
Engility has supported Naval Aviation with systems engineering expertise for approximately 20 years. On this contract, the company will leverage its Model Based System Engineering Lab in Lexington Park, Md., to support NAWCAD’s Program Executive Offices and the Program Managers, Air. This support will span systems engineering activities, such as providing multi-discipline, integrated technical baseline evaluations and conducting program engineering assessments.
This re-compete contract win is a single award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract, structured as a cost-plus fixed fee instrument over five years.
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