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SAIC takes $753M Army National Guard intell contract

Science Applications International Corp. has won a $752.7 million contract to work with the Army National Guard Intelligence and Security Directorate on improving its intelligence services.

A lot of details aren’t available yet as SAIC declined comment. The Military Intelligence Services and Support contract was awarded as a task order under the OASIS vehicle so we haven’t tracked down any solicitation documents.

We do know it is a five-year award and SAIC will provide mission support and improve readiness of the intelligence and security directorate.

In 2018, the Army National Guard put out a request for information that appears to be related. That RFI described three areas of support that were needed – strategic level plans and analysis and policy review; knowledge management, collection and integration; and readiness assessments, data collection and analysis.

Both the Federal Procurement Data System and Beta.Sam.Gov said the award was made Sept. 4 and there were four bidders including SAIC. There is still a possibility a protest could be filed.

Posted by Nick Wakeman on Sep 18, 2020 at 12:02 PM

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