ESN bags US Navy combat systems contract

The US Naval Surface Warfare Center has awarded engineering and IT company Engineering Services Network a $39.5 million contract for deliveries of combat system sequencing systems.

Under the contract, ESN will be responsible for development, modification, validation and delivery of Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS) for all shipboard sensors, command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) and weapon systems.

The work will be performed in Norfolk, VA; San Diego, and Port Hueneme, CA. The five-year contract begins immediately and includes a base year plus four one-year options.

“We have been a steadfast partner with NSWC PHD Code A34, with a track record of implementing cost effective efficiencies through innovation and LEAN methodologies,” ESN CEO Raymond F. Lopez commented.

ESN will provide analyses, technical and programmatic support, information coordination, product development, and maintenance of CSOSS for Aegis and non-Aegis ship classes, US Coast Guard WMSL and WPC cutters, and applicable shore facilities (AEGIS Ashore, USCG). This support includes training operational sequencing system (TOSS) and combat system interface diagram (CSID) development and integration, and may also include crew orientation training.

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