Business Integra wins $59.9M State Department IT contract supporting security efforts

Business Intregra will partner with CACI, Northrop Grumman, WR Services

Business Integra has won a $59.9 million IT support services contract to help the State Department with Diplomatic security.

The company won a contract to provide a full range of administrative and technical services, such as program management, administrative support, system engineering, architecture, system development and other IT support services.

The contract will support the State Department's Bureau of Diplomatic Security Administration and IT Support Services.

Business Integra's team includes CACI International, Northrop Grumman and WR Systems.

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