The Department of Homeland Security has awarded SAIC five task orders to support the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Office of the Chief Information Officer. The orders are worth $189 million combined if all the available options are utilized.
SAIC will be responsible for helping ICE to modernize and work to maintain ICE’s applications that deal with international affairs, intelligence, detention, investigations and removal. SAIC will be looking to improve ICE’s capacity for information sharing, particularly with local and state law enforcement authorities. Doug Wagoner, senior VP and business unit general manager, said”SAIC is honored by the 15-year legacy of trust that ICE has placed with our people, processes, and innovation. These five recompete task order awards allow SAIC to further enhance ICE’s capabilities in information sharing, analyst-to-agent collaboration, and data exploitation to enhance national security and make our communities safer.”