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Navy Awards Poway Company Five-Year, $35.7 Million Contract

A new U.S. Navy contract may be worth up to $35.7 million for a Poway-based company.

The Navy awarded Analysis Modeling and Programming Sciences Inc. a deal to perform engineering stress analysis for F/A-18 aircraft over five years.

The deal is an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract. The pact covers engineering stress analysis and design modification on repairs to the F/A-18 Hornet, a carrier-launched fighter and attack aircraft.

Stress analysis includes structures engineering stress analysis, structures design, solid modeling and advanced composite design and analysis.

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Work will be performed at the Fleet Readiness Center Southwest at North Island, where the Navy does heavy repairs on its F/A-18 fleet. The deal will run through October 2021.

The Navy has obligated $2.9 million toward the contract, the Pentagon said in an Oct. 13 announcement.

Analysis Modeling and Programming Sciences is a small business, and one of two businesses that bid on the work.

The Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division at China Lake awarded the deal.

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