McKean Wins Recompete of NAVSEA Contract

02 January 2019
(Philadelphia, PA) – McKean Defense Group, LLC announced today that it was awarded a NAVSEA PMS 339 contract valued at more than $56M. The award is a Cost-Plus-Incentive-Fee contract with a five-year period of performance.

The award includes support to NAVSEA PMS 339 for Fleet Introduction support services for new construction and in-service ships. Tasks spans administrative, logistics, engineering, combat systems, deck and aviation technical support, training, commissioning support and information technology/network support. McKean personnel provide this support in Bath, ME, Virginia Beach, VA, Norfolk, VA, Millington, TN, Mayport, FL, Mobile, AL, Marinette, WI, San Diego, CA, Pascagoula, MS, and Washington, DC. The team will be supporting engineering, logistics and commissioning tasks for 30 fleet introduction efforts in 2019 alone.

“This work is dynamic, and touches many important aspects associated with launching new ships or returning others to the Fleet after major overhauls” said Joseph Carlini, Chief Executive Officer of McKean Defense. “We appreciate the Navy’s confidence in McKean continuing to support this effort, and to assist them as they employ enhanced technology to support their infrastructure and the commissioning events.”

This is the McKean’s second time being awarded this important contract for PMS 339.

Additional Information:
McKean Defense is an employee-owned Life Cycle Management, Engineering, Enterprise Transformation, and Program Management business headquartered in Philadelphia, PA. McKean Defense’s engineers, developers, technical staff, programmers, analysts, and program managers identify and deploy new shipboard technologies, integrate information technology across shipboard platforms, and develop strategies to support the Warfighter. McKean Defense’s employees create strategic solutions to help customers reach new levels of mission support and transform their organizations. More information can be found at

Roberta Chagnot
McKean Defense