Titan lands Special Ops work

Titan Corp., San Diego, won a U.S. Special Operations Command contract worth as much as $189.4 million over nine years. The contract for enterprise integration technology was awarded to Titan's Defense & Intelligence Systems Group, formerly BTG Inc.

Titan will support special operations forces worldwide, including components of the Army, Navy and Air Force. The contract provides enterprise network management and engineering services for communication and network infrastructures.

Titan's team includes Electronic Data Systems Corp., Plano, Texas; AT&T Corp., New York; Jacobs-Sverdrup Technology Inc., California, Md.; Microsoft Corp., Redmond, Wash.; and a consortium of small businesses.

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