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Department of Navy Selects Davis Defense Group

19 May 2023

Davis Defense Group, Inc. (DDG) was awarded a $20.3 million cost plus fixed fee contract in support of Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic. The task order provides the Distributed Common Ground System, Marine Corps (DCGS-MC) Family of Systems with lifecycle logistics support to include material procurement assistance, material fielding of new equipment to US Marine Corps units, transportability assessments of proposed systems, and reliability and sustainability engineering support. This scope also includes production and technical hardware support for new Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Combat Systems, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) and information technology (IT) capabilities, maintenance and upgrade of existing C5ISR and IT capabilities, and integration of existing hardware and software capabilities into a consolidated system baseline.

“DDG looks forward to continuing to enhance NIWC-Atlantic and DCGS-MC’s mission of advancing intelligence and information that provides critical battlespace awareness capabilities to the Warfighter,” said DCGS-MC Program Manager, John Casey.

About DDG

DDG, a Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) based in Stafford, VA, has supported the Department of Navy since 2002, and currently employs over 600 professionals worldwide. The DCGS-MC contract has a one-year base period, with four one-year option periods, to provide support through 2028. DDG specializes in providing professional support solutions for multifaceted, highly complex military programs. Information and current openings at DDG may be found at our website,, LinkedIn and Facebook.

About NIWC

Atlantic As a part of Naval Information Warfare Systems Command, NIWC Atlantic provides systems engineering and acquisition to deliver information warfare capabilities to the naval, joint and national warfighter through the acquisition, development, integration, production, test, deployment, and sustainment of interoperable command, control, communications, computer, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, cyber and information technology capabilities.


Jay Roche, Business Development


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