The U.S. Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems (SPAWAR) Center Pacific awarded Raytheon [RTN] a three-year $98 million contract for cyberspace science, research, engineering, and technology integration, the company said Thursday.

SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific, based in San Diego, enables information warfare superiority for Navy, joint, national, a coalition warfighters through research, development, delivery, and support of integrated capabilities.

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The contract includes one two-year option ordering period that would raise the potential total contract value to $165 million. Work will be performed in San Diego and other continental U.S. and outside continental U.S. locations. The contract work is expected to be finished by Sept. 14, 2019.

“Our team combines Raytheon’s warfighting experience, cyber expertise and innovative systems to deliver cyber capabilities on naval platforms on land, sea and air,” Jack Harrington, vice president of cybersecurity and special missions at Raytheon’s intelligence, information and services business unit, said in a statement.

“Raytheon’s experience across warfighting systems enables our team to advise SSC PAC leaders on how to develop and integrate next generation cyber capabilities into Maritime Platforms,” he added.

Raytheon is one of seven awardees for a multi-award indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract. The larger contract vehicle covers a range of capabilities and services to support Department of Defense Information Network (DODIN) operations; offensive cyberspace operations; cyberspace intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR); and defensive cyberspace operations.