KBR to Install and Modernize Navy’s Shore-Based C4ISR Systems Worldwide; Byron Bright Quoted

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KBR announced on Tuesday that the company’s Government Solutions U.S. business has been awarded a spot on a potential 10-year, $986 million indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract from the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) to install shore-based command, control, communications, computer, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems across the globe. 

"KBR is ready to ensure that the military has the necessary tools to keep its advantage on physical and virtual battlefields," said Byron Bright, KBR President, U.S. Government Solutions. 

As one of eight awardees, KBR will perform a range of services, including C4ISR maintenance, modernization and new system installation. These services can include decommissioning and modernization of existing shore facilities, program and project management, engineering designs and training as well as installation design and installation of integrated C4ISR systems.

"A modern, top line C4ISR infrastructure is essential to making real-time threat analysis that leads to actionable insight, reducing risk to valuable assets and people," Bright added. 

The contract win continues to widen KBR’s knowledge base to U.S. and commercial customers in the intelligence and defense sector all over the world. The company's C4ISR expertise keeps U.S. defense programs connected, protected, and at the forefront of technology.

About KBR

KBR is a global provider of differentiated professional services and technologies across the asset and program life cycle within the Government Services and Hydrocarbons sectors.

The company employs over 37,500 people worldwide (including our joint ventures), with customers in more than 80 countries, and operations in 40 countries, across three synergistic global businesses: Government Solutions, Technology Solutions and Energy Solutions.

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