Cintel Inc. awarded two Navy contracts

Both are multiyear award contracts for the Huntsville-based company.

Acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller inspects the Ground Mobility Vehicle 1.1 during a visit with the 3rd Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Jan. 12, 2021. Department of Defense photo by Lisa Ferdinando

Cintel Inc. recently has been awarded two military contracts. The Huntsville-based company received a Mobility Platform Prototyping contract in support of the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Crane, Indiana, and a SeaPort-NXG contract with the Naval Surface Warfare Center’s Dahlgren Division in Virginia.

Cintel provides modeling and simulation, data science and analytics, machine learning, software development, energy and cybersecurity services to the Department of Defense, government civilian agencies and commercial clients in aviation and missiles, ground vehicles and infrastructure solutions.

The Mobility Platform Prototyping contract is a multiple award contract with a total value of $74 million over five years. The company was one of 15 contractors selected for the base award.

Under the Mobility Platform Prototyping contract, Cintel will work with Torch Technologies and Roush Industries to develop prototypes for DoD vehicles and mobility platforms, including the Ground Mobility Vehicles (GMV), Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles (MRAP), Light All-Terrain Vehicles (LTATV) and Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (JLTV), as well as Non-Standard Commercial Vehicles (NSCV), trailers and auxiliary power systems.

“Our team thrives on partnering with our customers to solve complex challenges,” said Will Irby, president of Cintel Inc. “We look forward to working with NSWC Crane in support of the design, engineering, fabrication and testing of prototype components and systems for the family of special operations vehicles and being a value-added partner.”

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Cintel also received a SeaPort-NXG contract, which is the Navy’s electronic platform for acquiring support services in engineering, financial management, life cycle sustainment, integrated product support and other functional areas. Cintel will offer a full range of technical solutions to the Sea Services and assist across multiple engineering domains under this contract. The company was one of 600 companies across the U.S. chosen to offer engineering and program management support for the SeaPort-Next Generation vehicle.

The Navy will receive an estimated $5 billion worth of services each year under SeaPort-NXG task orders. This multiple-award contract has a base period of two and a half years and an ordering period option of five years.

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