Engility keeps DIA document management work
- By Ross Wilkers
- May 10, 2019
Now acquired and being integrated, Engility Corp. has kept incumbent work with the Defense Intelligence Agency for document and media management services among other support.
DIA awarded Engility a new potential 10-year, $106 million contract to support the agency’s National Media Exploitation Center with a start date of June 1, the Defense Department said in its Thursday awards digest.
Four bids were submitted for the recompeted contract that has a five-year base period followed by five individual option years. Deltek data indicates Engility is the incumbent. Work also will include program support and other intelligence support services.
Engility was acquired by Science Applications International Corp. in January and added a significantly greater presence in the intelligence community to SAIC.
The National Media Exploitation Center is responsible for coordinating efforts across the intelligence community to analyze and distribute information from paper documents, electronic media, video, audio and other equipment seized by the military and IC in overseas locations.
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