SAIC (NYSE: SAI) won a pair of contracts from DHS in support of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the US-VISIT program, respectively.
The firm will work to overhaul CBP’s tactical communications systems used by law enforcement agents and officers on the nation’s borders.
The task order has a two-year performance period and a total value of $45 million.
“We are honored to support the CBP mission by providing a fully integrated LMR communications system that will serve as a critical lifeline for the agents and officers protecting the U.S. border, ” Senior VP Doug Wagoner said.
The firm is also set to support engineering services for the U.S. Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology (US-VISIT) program.
The task order has a nine-month base term and four one-year options, worth a maximum value of $40 million.
SAIC will provide the program with systems engineering services for infrastructure capacity planning, architecture development and alignment, information systems security and systems assurance.
“SAIC has supported US-VISIT and its predecessor programs for many years and we understand the important role the program plays in our nation’s security, ” Wagoner said.