Engility Receives a $20 Million Order To Maintain Navy's Radar And Air Traffic Control Systems

Engility Holdings, Inc. has secured a $20 million task order from the Naval Air Warfare Center, Aircraft Division to maintain the AN/SPN-43 Radar and associated air traffic control systems and develop upgrades that will extend the lifetime of the systems. Engility engineers will support the NAWCAD ATC system used on all aircraft carriers and amphibious assault ships.

Enhancing the Navy's air traffic control capabilities, Engility can now partner with NAWCAD's Engineering and Integration Department to perform critical work in rapid prototyping, design and development of ATC systems to equip warfighters with the best possible tools.

This contract leverages Engility's full-life-cycle-development expertise, which includes engineering, design, fabrication and system architecture services. The company will also install and integrate system components for testing and analysis. The contract continues a chain of ATC-related successes in 2017: Members of Engility's NASA team received the agency's Software of the Year award for work on ATC enhancements; and the company continues to win awards with the Department of Transportation.The cost-plus-fixed-fee, third quarter win, awarded under the 4.11.7 Multiple Award Contract (MAC), represents new work and has a base year with three option years.