US Army Awards $156 Mn IT Support Contract to SAIC

US Army Awards $156 Mn IT Support Contract to SAIC

Snippet: SAIC will provide cost-effective solutions for over 65,000 users across more than 700 locations.

Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) has landed a contract worth US$ 156 million for IT support to the US Army Reserve Command.

SAIC has been entrusted with the task of consolidating enterprise IT services, aiming to provide standardized, responsive, and cost-effective solutions for over 65,000 users across more than 700 locations encompassing sites in the US, Europe, the Pacific region, Asia, and Puerto Rico.

The agreement, titled the United States Army Reserve Command Information Technology Support Services (USARC ITSS II), will be overseen from Fort Liberty, North Carolina. 

The contract's scope involves enhancing cybersecurity protocols, network availability, and reliability. This aims to establish a secure and resilient IT service delivery focused on meeting mission imperatives and enhancing the user experience.

“SAIC has a decades-long history of partnering with the US Army Reserve to advance their mission. We are proud to support their program modernization with innovative, cost-effective, and mission-oriented managed information technology services,” Josh Jackson, Senior Vice President, Army Business Group at SAIC said.

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US Army Awards $156 Mn IT Support Contract to SAIC

In April 2021, SAIC secured two contracts from the US Army. The first, a US$ 800 million contract spanning five years, supports the Army’s S3I Directorate and DEVCOM AvMC, focusing on modeling, simulation, and systems engineering.

The second, a longer US$3.6 billion contract, extends for 8 years and six months, emphasizing engineering services, along with life-cycle support for AvMC HWIL techniques to develop and test embedded systems.

Interestingly, SAIC generates a major chunk (nearly 98%) of its revenue from different federal government agencies and departments such as the Department of Homeland Security, NASA, and the Department of State.

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