MIDDLETOWN — Rite-Solutions Inc. has won a five-year, $20.3 million contract with the Naval Undersea Warfare Center's division in Newport.

The company, which has an office in Pawcatuck, will provide engineering, technical expertise, and program services including hardware and software engineering, systems engineering, system integration and tests, fleet support, and lab support for Submarine Combat Control Systems. In addition, Rite-Solutions said it would support the advanced development of new capabilities for these systems.

“For the U.S. Submarine Force and select allies, we will be studying new concepts and requirements, and supporting the development for these future systems as well as upgrades and modifications for current systems in the fleet,” said Ken Haner, senior vice president and director of engineering Services at Rite-Solutions.

This award comes on the heels of several other Navy contract and task awards to Rite-Solutions supporting the Navy’s efforts in undersea warfare.

In a press release, Mike Coffey, executive vice president and general manager, said, “This award recognizes the value of Rite-Solutions’ unique blend of small business agility and responsiveness, and large business quality and reliability.”

Rite-Solutions is a CMMI Level-3 appraised company headquartered in Rhode Island. The designation refers to a program called Capability Maturity Model Integration, which is required for many Department of Defense contractors, particularly in software development. CMMI defines maturity levels for organizational processes.

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