Rite-Solutions Awarded Contract to Help Develop Sub Early Warning Capability

Middletown, R.I. — Rite-Solutions recently was awarded a five-year, $16.8 million contract with Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport to support delivery of a new early warning and electronic support training capability to U.S. submarines, the company said in an Oct. 8 release. 

The company will conduct hardware and software development, including design, analysis, prototyping, integration, test, training and installation services.  

“It is exciting to able to play such a critical role in upgrading the training opportunities for the fleet,” said Ken Haner, senior vice president and director of engineering services at Rite-Solutions. “Together with our teammates, SEA CORP, Northrop Grumman and SIMVENTIONS, we know we have the correct level of expertise and capability to deliver and integrate this new capability in the Submarine Multi-Mission Team Trainer.” 

“This award confirms that Rite-Solutions’ investment in becoming just one of six companies in the United States who are appraised CMMI V2.0 Maturity Level 3, providing a clear value to the Navy,” said Mike Coffey, executive vice president and general manager at Rite-Solutions. 

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