Rite-Solutions Receives $71.5M Contract from NUWCDIVNPT to Develop Undersea Electronic Warfare Systems; Dennis McLaughlin, Joe Marino Quoted

Rite-Solutions has been awarded a potential five-year, $71.5 million contract by the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport (NUWCDIVNPT) to provide technical services, the company reported on Monday

“This award is a game-changer for Rite-Solutions and will expand our ability to provide critical engineering expertise to the Navy. Further, this adds to our impressive string of contract awards over the past three years, said Dennis McLaughlin, president and CEO of Rite-Solutions.

Rite-Solutions will provide engineering and technical services to the Undersea Warfare Electro Magnetic Systems Department including systems engineering, integration and test, fleet support, and lab support for the Navy’s imaging and electronic warfare systems.

The company will perform work in Newport, RI, as well as at critical facilities and Naval bases worldwide to support development and fleet response requirements in areas where the Navy has indicated a significant need. 

In addition, Rite-Solutions’ submarine force has been working to increase its capabilities in the electronic warfare domain. The new contract award will allow the company to support the division’s new initiatives and will solidify its role as a provider of undersea warfare systems and software engineering to the Navy.

“This is the largest single award contract in Rite-Solutions’ 20-year history,” added Joe Marino, chairman of Rite-Solutions’ Board of Directors and company founder. 

About Rite-Solutions, Inc.

Rite-Solutions, Inc. is an award-winning Veteran Owned Small Business concentrating on system engineering, software development, information assurance (cyber security), and system life-cycle support for government and commercial segments. Rite-Solutions is a CMMI Level-3 appraised, ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 company with offices in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Washington D.C. and Virginia.

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