Teledyne Webb Research Nets Naval Oceanographic Office IDIQ Contract


Teledyne Webb Research, a division of Teledyne Technologies, has received an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) for autonomous profiling floats by the Naval Oceanographic Office.

This contract includes the APEX profiling float, with optional air-deployment capability and APEX repair services.

The contract runs for up to three years, with a ceiling estimated at $4.4 million.

Teledyne Marine Vehicles vice president and Group gneral manager, Thomas w. Altshuler, said, “Teledyne Marine is proud to continue our longstanding relationship with the Naval Oceanographic Office. The U.S. Navy has been, and continues to be among Teledyne Marine Vehicles Group’s most valued customers.”

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