A Peerless Technologies Corporation joint venture has been selected by the U.S. Navy for a five-year, $60 million Business Operations Support Services (BOSS) contract at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division, in Crane, Ind.

Peerless, with Banner Quality Management Inc. of Friendswood, Texas, will employ about 90 business, financial and logistics specialists at Crane through the BQMI-Peerless Joint Venture (BPJV). Peerless has served as Prime contractor on this effort since 2017.

“Our long relationship with NSWC Crane continues to expand, and includes strategy and planning, research and analysis, financial management, communications and public relations, and logistics support,” said Irv Ramirez, Peerless Senior Vice President, Enterprise & Cyber. “We look forward to supporting the Navy mission, at sea, air, land or cyberspace.”

Although the joint venture is new to Crane, BQMI and Peerless have worked together for years on NASA contracts. In 2021, BPJV was awarded a five-year, $233-million effort at NASA Glenn Research Center in Ohio.

As the Protégé, BQMI is the managing partner for BOSS, bringing agility and a new approach to innovation. As the Mentor, Peerless brings its deep knowledge of the Crane mission, tools and proven processes to the team.

“As we grow our Navy portfolio, we’re proud to continue our support for the vital work at NSWC Crane,” said Peerless President Andrea Kunk. “This win is also an example of how Peerless and other companies can form strong teams to win business and expand markets.”

About Peerless Technologies Corporation

Peerless, founded in 2000, specializes in complex professional services, including Digital and Model-Based lifecycle systems engineering, cybersecurity & cyber defense operations, enterprise information technology, and operations and program support. Clients include NASA’s Glenn Research Center and Armstrong Flight Research Center; The F-22 Program Office, the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Air Force Civil Engineer Center, Air Force Small Business Innovation Research program, the F-35 Joint Program Office, and other federal agencies.

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Michael Wallace