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BAE to Compete for Anti-IED Work on Potential $900M IDIQ

BAE Systems will compete with SAIC Inc. (NYSE: SAI) and two other firms for orders on a potential $900 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to support the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization‘s efforts to prevent the use of IEDs by terrorists and organizations.

BAE said it will offer research, analysis, training, and operations support services alongside a team of subcontractors. BAE also said it will provide solutions to sustain information technology.

BAE said it will compete for IDIQ orders for five years. The company has supported JIEDDO since 2006.

Program work will take place in northern Virginia and military sites overseas.

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November 8: SAIC Added to $900M GSA IDIQ to Support Counter IED Operations

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