SAIC Wins Defense Department Contract Worth Up To $930 Million
SAIC will provide the Defense Department with a range of technical services, including integration of IT systems, performance monitoring, and validation of testing methods.
Science Applications International Corp. said it has secured a deal to provide integration and testing services to the Department of Defense under a contract worth up to $930 million.
The deal was announced Monday.
Under the indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract, SAIC will provide the department's Joint Test and Evaluation Program Office with a range of technical services, including integration of IT systems, performance monitoring, and validation of testing methods.
The contract has a five-year base period worth $465 million, with up to five one-year extension periods renewable at $93 million per year. The Defense Department's Joint Test and Evaluation Program Office conducts operational tests of military equipment on behalf of the Army, Navy, and Air Force.
Last week, SAIC announced that it had won a contract to provide security services to the Department of Homeland Security's Customs and Border Protection unit under a deal worth up to $39.2 million over five years.
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