Science Applications International Corp., General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman and Booz Allen Hamilton have won awards from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific, and will vie for cybersecurity task orders under a five-year contract valued in excess of $200 million.
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Science Applications International Corp. will provide software and technical support to the National Institutes of Health's Center for Scientific Review under a five-year task order that could be worth as much as $24 million if all options are exercised.
Andrew Jazwick has been named senior vice president of aviation security at Science Applications International Corp. He will help deliver threat detection products and services to key customers for the company’s Security and Transportation Technology business unit.
Science Applications International Corp. reported a 4 percent gain in revenue for the third quarter of fiscal 2011 over the same quarter in fiscal 2010.
Science Applications International Corp. will provide systems engineering to the Homeland Security Department under a task order that could be worth as much as $40 million over the course of the four-year, nine-month length of the award.
Science Applications International Corp. will upgrade communications systems for the Homeland Security Department's Customs and Border Protection unit under a two-year task order that could be worth as much as $45 million.
Six companies will compete for enterprise-level engineering integration and service management support under an Air Force contract.
Science Applications International Corp. will furnish technical and engineering support to the Navy office that manages unmanned aircraft systems that conduct maritime surveillance under a task order potentially worth $39 million over five years
Science Applications International Corp. and the University of Maryland are teaming up to support initiatives that promote cybersecurity education, research and technology development.