Titan wins contract continuing intel work

Titan Corp. won a contract worth more than $255 million from the Defense Department to provide intelligence and information technology support worldwide, the company said today.

The San Diego defense company will support the Joint Deployable Intelligence Support Systems program, the cornerstone of the country's joint intelligence operations.

Used by the military services to connect intelligence users, command centers and field commanders, the program provides interoperable solutions, intelligence mission applications, integration security accreditation, deployment and training support. It is used by more than 10,000 people and has more than 5,000 deployed systems.

Titan started providing support for the program in 1992, supplying a common user platform for intelligence professionals. The new contract will run through August 2011.

Titan employs 11,500 workers and had 2003 revenue of $1.8 billion. The company is No. 9 on Washington Technology's 2004 list of federal prime contractors.

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