Melbourne, Florida – KMS Solutions, LLC (KMS), a Subsystem Technologies, Inc. company, has been awarded a prime contractor task order by the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) and its Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division Newport under the U.S. Navy’s SeaPort-e program. The total potential value of the award is $27.6 million over 5 years.

Under the terms of the contract, KMS will support the Navy Technical Training Audit Program (TTAP) requirements by performing technical training audits; provide training project management support; evaluate and assess commercial training techniques and solutions; provide configuration management (CM) support; and provide logistics support services that include: material packaging, shipping, receiving, inspection, and inventory and tracking of training systems components, from the time they are received through final Government Norfolk Naval Station in Virginia and KMS facilities.

KMS Solutions Awarded $27.6 Million Contract for US Navy Training Requirements Work
In addition KMS will provide project management support services to identify Navy training requirements for the proper planning and execution of Initial Install, Interim, and Life Cycle training for multiple ship classes to include the Littoral Combat Ship, Guided Missile Destroyers, Landing Helicopter Ships, Guided Missile Cruisers, Nuclear Aircraft Carriers, Amphibious Transport Ships, Expeditionary Mobile Base Ships, and Nuclear-Powered Submarines.

NUWC Division Newport is the Navy’s full-spectrum research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E), engineering, and fleet support center for surface and submarine warfare systems associated with the undersea battlespace. KMS President Bob Urso said, “The award of this work in the Hampton Roads Virginia area and at Norfolk Naval Station is exciting news. It reinforces our position in the marketplace as a force in the sea based surface and undersea systems engineering and technical assistance sector. I’m pleased that across the NAVSEA Enterprise there is unwavering confidence in our ability to deliver high end technology, engineering, and workforce development solutions in support of NAVSEA Headquarters, its Program Executive Offices, the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, and the Naval Surface Warfare Center.”

KMS Solutions was formed in 2005. The company provides “cradle-to-grave” technology and engineering services for the US Navy and its Surface and Submarine Forces. The firms focus is to provide high quality systems engineering, analysis, and human capital/workforce development services to the Federal Government and related activities. In June of this year, KMS became a wholly owned subsidiary of Subsystem Technologies, Inc. (

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