SAIC to aid defense transformation efforts

Science Applications International Corp. won a task order to provide engineering and technical support services for military transformation activities, the company said yesterday.

The task order for the Joint Forces Intelligence Command's Transformation Support Directorate has a potential value of nearly $6.2 million for one year and two one-year options.

SAIC will offer engineering and technical services for the strategic planning and technical integration of new technologies, development and analysis of cognitive metrics, documentation of operating procedures and development of post-action reviews that provide operational feedback.

SAIC will assist in conducting continuous experimentation cycles within the program's cell that are designed to measure intelligence tools for many Defense Department activities.

Other members of SAIC team include the Broadspere Group of Chesapeake, Va., and Klein Associates of Fairborn, Ohio.

San Diego-based SAIC is No. 5 on Washington Technology's Top 100 list of federal contractors, ranked according to their prime IT contracting revenue. The company employs 43,000 workers and had revenue of $6.7 billion for the year ended Jan. 31.

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