OGSystems will vie for task orders to provide research and development, engineering, prototyping and logistics services to the U.S. Navy under the service branch’s SeaPort Enhanced contract.
The company said Thursday the SeaPort-e program has an ordering period of three years and designed to support 22 functional service areas at the Navy.
Aarish Gokaldas, executive partner and market development lead at OGSystems, said the company seeks to leverage its engineering and analytic platforms to help the Navy address mission challenges.
OGSystems is among the 608 companies added to the SeaPort-e contract vehicle in late June and the additions increase the total number of participating businesses to 5,106.
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