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Saab Sensis Receives SeaPort-e Contract Award from US Navy

Saab subsidiary, Saab Sensis Corporation has received a contract from the U.S. Navy for Seaport-Enhanced (SeaPort-e), the U.S. Navy's web-based contracting source for fleet-wide support services.

As a SeaPort-e Prime contractor, Saab Sensis will be able to compete for contracts that will be solicited on an ongoing basis across 22 functional services areas by Naval Sea Systems Command; Naval Air Systems Command; Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command; Naval Supply Systems Command; Military Sealift Command; Naval Facilities Command; Strategic Systems Programs; Office of Naval Research; and the Marine Corps. Saab Sensis has qualified for a number of functional support areas, from Research and Development to Installation and Checkout and In-Service Engineering support.

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"SeaPort-e provides a mechanism for the U.S. Navy to contract with Saab for a broad spectrum of advanced and legacy sensor engineering and related support services in an efficient and affordable manner," said Erik Smith, general manager of Saab Sensis Defense & Security Systems. "This award ensures that our warfighters have access to the critical technical capabilities and expertise they need to conduct their missions."

Source : Saab AB (OMX Stockholm: SAAB B)

Published on ASDNews: Sep 27, 2011

 

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