CSA wins re-compete to provide Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) services to PEO C4I PMW 150

By September 4, 2015Contract Awards

CSA was awarded a $12M re-compete contract to support PEO C4I PMW 150’s Navy Command and Control Program Office to provide services in the areas of logistics management, logistics engineering, manpower, personnel, training and software management. 

September 4, 2015 – SAN DIEGO The U.S. Navy awarded Client Solution Architects LLC (CSA) with a $12M re-compete contract to support PEO C4I’s (Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence) PMW 150 program office. CSA will provide services in the areas of logistics management, logistics engineering, manpower, personnel, training and software management.

The Navy Command and Control (C2) Program Office provides operational and tactical command and control capabilities by integrating real-time and near real-time representations of tactical situations.

PMW 150 works closely with the Chemical and Biological Defense Program (CBDP), Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD) and has related missions with various Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) and PEO C4I organizations. Collectively, CBDP, JPEO-CBD, SPAWAR, and PEO C4I will seek systems integrated logistics support services under this task order.

“The CSA team is honored to continue the legacy of exceptional Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) on critical C2 capabilities for Navy, Marine Corps, joint and coalition warfighters,” said Kent Bradshaw, CSA’s Director of Navy C4I Accounts. “Our experts have covered the landscape of key milestones and requirements and look forward to contributing to the continued success of PMW 150.”

This task order was awardeded on the SeaPort-e contract vehicle and is slated to run through September 2020. The majority of the work is to be performed in San Diego, Washington D.C. metro area, Aberdeen, MD, and Frederick, MD.

Re-competes cannot be won without the outstanding work from our CSA team supporting the program. So a huge thank you goes out to Janet Peterson and her PMW 150 team: Kathleen Bielinski, Ron Crossan, Martin DiBello, Holly Hernandez, Clifford Keenan, Robert Santucci and Sarah Singer-Sevier.

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