SEG wins Threat Engineering Contract

Systems Engineering Group Awarded Threat Engineering Task Order from the Naval Surface Warfare Center

Systems Engineering Group, Inc. (SEG) in Columbia Maryland, has been awarded a $119M threat engineering task order from the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) supporting SeaPort-NxG. Through this award, SEG will provide numerous threat-based engineering services including combining intelligence analysis, physics-based modeling, simulation development and software integration to support the development and testing of combat systems and weapons.

SEG will also apply its knowledge and data in support of system requirements development, algorithm design and engineering performance analysis related to integrated air and missile defense, counter-hypersonics, space sensing and surface/subsurface warfare for sensors, weapons and integrated weapon systems.

“We at SEG are thankful and honored to continue supporting the Navy’s Threat Engineering team. Threat Engineering lies at the very heart of Navy’s Digital Engineering transformation. We and our partners are excited to provide best of breed solutions that accelerate the delivery of robustly-designed and thoroughly tested capabilities to the Navy”, says Michael Anderson, Vice President and General Manager SEG. Recognized as an industry leader in the design and development of threat-based engineering products, SEG has been supporting systems and programs under this effort for the last 25 years.

For information about SEG and their services, please contact Matthew Scarlett at

About Systems Engineering Group (SEG)

Headquartered in Columbia, MD, SEG provides sophisticated, highly technical engineering and analytic support to customers. As a leading provider of combat, radar and missile systems engineering and analysis, SEG is a key source of systems engineering expertise for U.S. integrated air and missile defense initiatives. In addition to government program offices, we also work extensively with national laboratories, the Intelligence Community and prime contractors.