Litton PRC, a subsidiary of Northrop
Grumman Corporation , has won the U.S. Navy’s Tactical Program III
(NTP III) contract from the Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) System Center San
Diego, C4I Office in Philadelphia.
This cost-plus, fixed-fee contract has one
base year with four option years.
Initial tasking is for more than $7 million
with a total potential value of $37 million.

This contract, part of a 20-year Litton PRC legacy with the SPAWAR
organization, reflects a significant increase in scope from previous C4I
The new work will include support to the Marine Corps Intelligence
Training Center, Dam Neck, Va., and the Navy’s Fleet Intelligence Training
Center-Pacific, San Diego, Calif.

The C4I office is responsible for program management, integrated logistics
support and in-service engineering for a variety of mission planning,
electronic photographic processing and imagery systems.

“As these systems grow increasingly complex, strong technical engineering
skills and an in-depth understanding of the SPAWAR mission become even more
critical,” said Bill Webb, division president for Litton PRC’s Maritime and
Range Systems.
“Our team has been singularly focused on this client’s needs
for over a decade.”

Litton PRC is a leading provider of scientific, engineering and
information technology-based solutions for public sector clients.
Litton PRC,
headquartered in McLean, is a subsidiary of Northrop Grumman and employs more
than 6,000 people in 150 offices nationwide.
It is ranked as one of the
federal government’s top 10 contractors.
Litton PRC is one of the few
companies worldwide to achieve the Software Engineering Institute’s capability
maturity model Level 5 rating, the highest software development process
improvement level a company can earn.
More information can be found at Litton
PRC’s Web site at

Northrop Grumman Corporation is a $15 billion, global aerospace and
defense company with its worldwide headquarters in Los Angeles.
Grumman provides technologically advanced, innovative products, services and
solutions in defense and commercial electronics, systems integration,
information technology and non-nuclear shipbuilding and systems.
With 80,000
employees and operations in 44 states and 25 countries, Northrop Grumman
serves U.S. and international military, government and commercial customers.