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Alion Wins Deal to Overhaul FBI IT Infrastructure

Alion won a time and material contract worth $6.94 million from the FBI to support the upgrade of the Bureau’s IT infrastructure.  Alion will conduct “end-to-end systems engineering to design IT enhancements that will provide for timely and reliable information exchanges within the agency and with the law enforcement community.”

“Alion’s development of critical communications capabilities and support infrastructure will enable the FBI to participate in timely information exchanges not only within the agency but with the intelligence community, local law enforcement, private corporations and ultimately the public, ” said Alion’s Kevin Lees, manager of the Acquisition Program Management Group. “Ultimately, this work will help the FBI meet its mission objectives on counterterrorism, cybercrime and foreign intelligence service activities.”

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