Sourceree awarded Seaport-NxG contract
EBENSBURG — The Naval Surface Warfare Center, in support of the U.S. Navy, has moved forward on an expansive plan to manage an estimated $5 billion a year in services, including engineering and support services.
As part of the competitive solicitation, an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract was awarded to Ebensburg-based Sourceree, in addition to other U.S. companies.
The Department of Defense estimates that the government will procure nearly
$50 billion in services through the Seaport-NxG, which contains a five-year base period of performance and a five-year ordering period option, according to a Sourceree press release.
Although Sourceree isn’t guaranteed the $5 billion, it can compete on task orders.
“We realize that we aren’t going to secure the whole
$5 billion ourselves or a significant percentage of it, but we’re going to go after as much as we can and use it to create more jobs here in Pennsylvania,” Sourceree President Adam Murphy said in a statement.
“We have a fantastic team at Sourceree, supplemented by our partners on this effort, to ensure we can provide a broad spectrum of the services under this contract for the Navy and be successful,” he added.
The contract supports 23 functional areas, including software development, system design documentation and technical data, financial analysis, information technology and logistics support.
Sourceree is a technology company that supports government and commercial enterprises with various services such as supply chain and financial intelligence, systems engineering, software development, cyber security and intelligence analysis, according to the press release.