Three to aid counterterrorism

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency chose three companies as contractors to develop and test solutions to counter the threat posed by the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and to enhance the agency's counterterrorism and homeland defense capabilities.

The contract for the Arms Control, Non-Proliferation, Homeland Defense and Chemical and Biological Weapons Defense program has a value of $690 million over five years, with an option to extend it for a second five-year period.

The prime contractors on the indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract are the IIT Research Institute, McLean, Va.; Science Applications International Corp., San Diego; and Applied Research Associates Inc., Albuquerque, N.M.


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