Precise Awarded Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division’s Expeditionary Electronic Warfare Systems Division Contract

Precise Systems announces the award of a 5-year, $50M contract to provide engineering, technical, logistics, and programmatic support to Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division’s Expeditionary Electronic Warfare Systems Division. The Expeditionary Electronic Warfare Systems Division is responsible for littoral, riverine, amphibious, ground, and low altitude domains of Electronic Warfare (EW).

 

 

Precise is partnered with SAIC to research, design,  and assist in developing prototypes and provide engineering and developmental lifecycle support for the Expeditionary EW Systems Division. This includes developing, upgrading, and supporting EW systems and technologies encompassing electronic attack (EA), electronic protection (EP), electronic support (ES), and Cyber/EW activities in the areas of vectors and techniques for cyber payload delivery, offensive/defensive vulnerabilities assessment, and Cyber/EW test infrastructure development.

 

 

“Everyone at Precise is thrilled to be selected by NSWC Crane’s Expeditionary Electronic Warfare Systems Division to help deliver rapid-response EW solutions to the U.S. Navy’s expeditionary forces. We’re grateful for NSWC Crane’s trust and confidence in Precise to support this crucial Navy mission and we’re delighted to add expeditionary EW capabilities to our already impressive airborne EW expertise.” says Precise Chief Executive Officer, Tom Curtis.

 

 

About Precise Systems

Precise Systems is a professional services company currently working for the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, and U.S. Air Force. Our core competencies include systems engineering, program and project management, logistics, information technology and cybersecurity, and software development services. We were founded in 1990 and have provided cutting edge solutions and support to our warfighters since our establishment. We understand and provide expert consultation on network and weapons systems acquisition programs, maintenance/modernization programs, and sustainment programs.