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The Navy Systems Commands (SYSCOMs)

The Department of the Navy's investment in technology priorities is driven by SYSCOM-unique mission needs and requirements which are issued as topics and align with the Office of the Under Secretary Defense, Research & Engineering Modernization Priorities.

Provides full life-cycle support of naval aviation aircraft, weapons, and systems operated by Sailors and Marines, including research, design, development, and systems engineering; acquisition; test & evaluation; training facilities/equipment; repair and modification; and in-service engineering and logistics support.
NAVSEA Engineers, builds, buys and maintains ships, submarines and combat systems to meet the Fleet's current and future operational requirements through a network of command staff, headquarters directorates, affiliated Program Executive Offices (PEOs) and numerous field activities.
> Plans, fosters, and encourages scientific research in recognition of its paramount importance as related to the maintenance of future naval power, and the preservation of national security through partnerships with academia, industry, and government.
Focuses on capable and secure communications and networks that span platforms and facilities through research & development; systems engineering; testing & evaluation; and technical, in-service, and support services.
Exercises contracting and technical authority for all Marine Corps ground weapon and information technology programs to equip and sustain Marine forces with the most capable and cost-effective systems for current and future expeditionary and crisis response operations.
Delivers best value facilities engineering and acquisition aligned to Fleet and Marine Corps priorities through five business lines, which include Environmental; Expeditionary; Asset Management; Public Works; and Design and Construction.
Conducts and enables supply chain, acquisition, operational logistics, and Sailor & Family care activities; and oversees supply chain management for material support to Navy and Marine Corps, joint and coalition partners, supply operations, and conventional ordnance.
SSP Logo Develops, produces, secures, and provides lifecycle support for the Navy's submarine-launched fleet ballistic missiles and strategic weapon system; develops conventional hypersonic weapons; and works to better the performance of these systems leading to greater efficiency and freeing resources to address emergent needs.

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