Engility has won a five-year, $90 million SeaPort task order from US Space & Naval Warfare Systems Centre Atlantic to provide software engineering and production support for the US Navy’s tactical afloat and submarine local networks.

Tactical Network (TACNET) is a family of systems fielded on USN ships, submarines and shore sites. Under this contract, Engility will be supporting a number of Navy Integrated Product Teams working on fleet afloat tactical networks. These efforts are in support of various programmes of record, including the Automated Digital Network System, Submarine Local Area Network, Integrated Shipboard Network Systems and Consolidated Afloat Network Enterprise Systems, also known as CANES.

"Engility's cybersecurity, software and systems engineering expertise will continue to help the Navy field their next generation tactical afloat networks," commented Engility’s Chairman, President and CEO, Lynn Dugle. "Building flexibility, resiliency and adaptability into these networks will keep the Navy's information technology infrastructure operating effectively well into the 21st century."

Engility will provide a broad array of software and engineering support activities under the new five-year, $90 million contract. (Photo: Engility)

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