SAIC snares a pair

Science Applications International Corp., San Diego, won a pair of government contracts worth a combined $753 million.

The Air National Guard and the Army awarded SAIC a task order contract with a $598 million ceiling to provide environmental engineering, scientific and remediation support services. The contract runs for one year and has nine option years.

In the second contract, the U.S. Geological Survey awarded the company a five-year, $155 million to provide scientific, engineering and operational technical support services to the Earth Resources Observation Systems Data Center in Sioux Falls, S.D.


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