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TASC Wins Spot on Potential $476M Govt. Engineering, Comm. IDIQ

TASC Inc. has won a position on a multiagency engineering and communications services indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, TASC announced Monday.

TASC said the contract is potentially worth $476 million to all awardees over one base year and four option years. TASC said it is one of nine companies that will compete for task orders for:

  • test and evaluation
  • systems engineering
  • program management
  • enterprise architecture

TASC said 18 companies have joined its subcontractor team for the contract.

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