DARPA hands down $200M technology development support contract

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has chosen three companies for a five-year, $200 million contract to help DARPA manage technology development tasks.

Booz Allen Hamilton, ECS Federal and ManTech International were awarded their contract spots on June 21. Between two and five awards were anticipated, according to Deltek.

DARPA’s Scientific, Engineering and Technical Assistance Program Support Contract has an expiration date of June 20, 2022.

Contractors will provide DARPA services such as programmatic and administrative support, financial, acquisition, technical, meeting, conference, contract administration and management related work.

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