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Applied Technical Systems awarded $13 million Navy task order
Seattle, WA-based Applied Technical Systems (ATS) reports that it has been awarded a $13 million task order to design, build and manage the common digital sensor architecture (CDSA) core system for the U.S. Navy's Above Water Sensors program.
The competitively awarded three-year base, two-year option task order was awarded under the SeaPort-e contract vehicle, ATS says.
The company also notes that the CDSA program was initiated to improve operational efficiency and reduce total lifetime costs by establishing a common architecture and support process.
Under this task order, ATS will help the Navy achieve its objectives by providing the Naval Surface Weapons Center in Crane, IN, with engineering development models and a product data management framework for the CDSA core system.