Seven to share in $135M Treasury anti-terrorism contract

Seven companies will compete for task orders to fight against terrorist and other bad actors threatening U.S. financial systems under a $135 million contract.

Awardees will support Treasury’s Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence with research, analysis, and documenting financial, trade and other business activities as part of federal investigations, according to a press release from one of the winners in BAE Systems.

Deltek lists the seven primes on the contract as:

  • BAE Systems
  • Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Catapult Technology
  • Commonwealth Trading Partners
  • Deloitte
  • Dynamis Inc
  • Metis Solutions

Investigations the companies will support target the financial dealings of terrorists, rogue nations, drug cartels and other national security threats.

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