DAG 2016 – Services

ARCHIVED - Victoria Class AN/BQQ-10 Sonar Follow-On Technical Support In-Service Support Contract

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In-Service Support

Objective

The AN/BQQ-10 Sonar Follow-On Technical Support In-Service Support Contract (FOTS ISSC) will provide long-term, full-spectrum support for the AN/BQQ-10(v)7 submarine sonar system installed on Victoria Class submarines.

Requirements

Services contracted under the FOTS ISSC will include engineering and maintenance support to the AN/BQQ-10 Sonar Suite; Field Service Representative (FSR) support for troubleshooting and repair worldwide; System configuration management, obsolescence tracking with industry and USN inventory; Technical Investigations and Engineering Support (TIES); 3rd line repair and overhaul; Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) to produce and maintain technical publications and configuration documentation; Provision of additional spares as may be deemed necessary; Disposal of obsolete equipment items.

In addition, the FOTS ISSC will provide hardware and software refresh for the AN/BQQ-10 sonar system every five years. This is the main obsolescence management component of the USN AN/BQQ-10 sonar program. Sole sourced through Foreign Military Sales.

Preliminary Estimate

  • $20 million to $49 million

Anticipated Timeline

Point of Contact

Director Maritime Equipment Programme Management (Submarines)
Phone: 819-939-3252


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