ENSCO to Assess Programs with DoD’s WMD Agency on $70M Award

ENSCO Inc. has won a $70, 251, 671 Defense Threat Reduction Agency contract to help maintain a program that will assess critical national and theater mission items for the Defense Department and other federal agencies, the Pentagon announced Monday.

DTRA is the Pentagon’s designated agency for countering threats from weapons of mass destruction.

The Balanced Survivability Assessment Blue Team Program will conduct assessments on mission:

  • systems
  • networks
  • architectures
  • infrastructures
  • assets

The location of performance for the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract is DTRA’s home base at Fort Belvoir, Va. The Pentagon expects contract work to be completed Sept. 18, 2016.

Two proposals were submitted for the contact, which was competitively solicited online. The Pentagon said contract funds will expire at the end of fiscal year 2012.

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