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2941 Fairview Park Drive

Suite 100

Falls Church, VA 22042

United States

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s, managing the design, modernization and lifecycle support of these ships. As the only active destroyer in the Navy’s global surface fleet, DDG-51s are multi-mission combatants that offer defense against a range of threats, including ballistic missiles. The company has construction contracts for six DDG-51s, including four awarded in 2013, scheduled for delivery through 2022, as well as an option for an additional ship. The group is also building the three ships planned for the DDG-1000 destroyer program. The group’s MLP auxiliary support ship serves as a floating transfer station, improving the Navy’s ability to deliver equipment and cargo to areas without adequate port access. In 2013, the group delivered the first ship in the program, and construction is underway on the remaining two ships, scheduled for delivery in 2014 and 2015. The third and fourth ships would be configured as afloat forward staging bases, designed to facilitate various missions in support of special operations, providing significant new capabilities to the customer. The company develops new technologies and naval platforms in conjunction with its customers. These design and engineering efforts include the development of the next-generation ballistic-missile submarine to replace the Ohio class of ballistic-missile submarines. The company designs the common missile compartment under joint development for the U.S. Navy and the U.K. Royal Navy. In addition, Marine Systems provides comprehensive ship and submarine overhaul, repair and lifecycle support services to extend the service life and maximize the value of these ships. The company’s surface-ship repair operations include a full-service maintenance and repair shipyard on the West Coast and repair shipyards on the East Coast. It also provides extensive submarine repair services in various U.S. locations. In support of allied navies, the company offers program management, planning, engineering and design support for submarine and surface-ship construction programs. The company also operates ships for the U.S. Military Sealift Command and commercial customers. Marine Systems has the proven capability to design and produce ships for commercial customers to meet the Jones Act requirement that ships carrying cargo between U.S. ports be built in U.S. shipyards. The company has construction contracts for nine ships, including seven secured in 2013, scheduled for delivery through 2017. INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY Information Systems and Technology group is a three-part portfolio providing technologies, products and services that address a range of military, federal/civilian and commercial information-system needs. The company provides full-spectrum support for product design, development, integration, production and sustainment in secure mobile communication systems; IT solutions and mission support services; and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), naval control systems and cyber security solutions. Secure Mobile Communication Systems: The company designs, integrates, and manufactures secure communication and command-and-control systems and operational hardware for customers in the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), the intelligence community, federal/civilian and public safety agencies, and for international customers. These solutions include fixed and mobile radio and satellite communication systems and antenna technologies; information assurance and encryption, products, systems and services; command-and-control systems; and broadband networking. The company is responsible for the design, engineering, integration, production, program management and support of this network. It also operates as the prime contractor on many of the Army’s core tactical radio programs, including the AN/PRC-154A Rifleman and AN/PRC-155 two-channel Manpack radios. Information Systems and Technology also provides many of these capabilities to non-U.S. public agencies and commercial customers. For the Canadian Department of National Defence, the company developed, deployed and supports the Canadian Army’s fully integrated, secure combat voice and data network. IT Solutions an

 

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