Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) was awarded a
position on the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s (DTRA) IT Service
Design multiple-award $535 million indefinite-delivery,
indefinite-quantity contract. Under the award, the company will enhance,
improve, and integrate IT services across DTRA.
“SAIC is committed to advancing DTRA’s information technology
transformation by providing Industry-leading technologies, highly
tailorable proven processes, and experienced IT and integration
experts,” said Michael LaRouche, executive vice president and general
manager of SAIC’s National Security Customer Group.
SAIC will support DTRA’s Information Integration and Technology Services
(I2TS) Directorate and Chief Information Officer’s mission to transform
how the agency uses knowledge, technologies, and capabilities to meet
the critical mission of safeguarding the United States and its allies
from global weapons of mass destruction and improvised threats.
With five prime awardees, the multiple-award contract has a five-year
base period of performance and a five-year option period. Work will
primarily be performed at DTRA’s Fort Belvoir, Virginia, headquarters.
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complex modernization and readiness challenges across the defense,
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of offerings includes high-end solutions in systems engineering and
integration; enterprise IT, including cloud services; cyber; software;
advanced analytics and simulation; and training. With an intimate
understanding of our customers’ challenges and deep expertise in
existing and emerging technologies, we integrate the best components
from our own portfolio and our partner ecosystem to rapidly deliver
innovative, effective, and efficient solutions.
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