Six government contractors have each won a Defense Department contract worth more than $40 million to provide a range of support services to the Navy and other DOD and federal agencies, according to a September 8 DOD announcement.
The annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards program named 19 finalists. Whom did they pick as the best contractors in the market?
Science Applications International Corp. will provide mission-critical IT to the Defense Department under a five-year contract that has a ceiling value of more than $35 million if all options are exercised.
The company will provide advisory and analytical services to the Ballistic Missile Defense System.
SAIC Inc. saw revenues decline 6 percent to $2.60 billion in the second quarter of fiscal 2012 compared to $2.75 billion in the corresponding quarter 2011, the company announced in an earnings report released August 31.
The jobs were tied to an NIH contract that was not renewed.
Science Applications International Corp. filed a protest Aug. 26 against the Army's award of Ground Combat Vehicle technology development contracts to two teams led by BAE Systems and General Dynamics Land Systems.
Science Applications International Corp. has been awarded a five-year follow-on task order from the Navy that could be worth more than $45 million to provide engineering and logistics support to Naval Air Systems Command's Air Combat Electronics Program Office.
Science Applications International Corp. will provide engineering and research services to the Navy under a five-year contract that could be worth more than $19 million if all options are exercised.
Science Applications International Corp. will provide systems integration services to the Marine Corps under a four-year prime contract worth $30 million.
SAIC has completed acquisition of a firm that specializes in electronic health records.
SAIC moves into the language translation market with a new solution aimed at reducing costs.