Booz Allen, SAIC Win $489M Army Chemical Weapons Mgmt IDIQ

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Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) and SAIC Inc. (NYSE: SAI) are among the awardees of a potential $489 million contract to help the U.S. Army manage chemical weapons, an Aug. 17 FedBizOpps notice says.

Companies will compete for task orders to support the Chemical Materials Agency‘s requirements for stockpile elimination, stockpile storage and non-stockpile chemical material programs.

Task orders to work with the CMA and the Army’s program executive office for assembled chemical weapons alternatives will be issued on a cost-plus-fixed-fee completion basis or firm-fixed price, the notice says.

Other work will include program management, integration and technical services.

The Army Contracting Command‘s Aberdeen Proving Ground center awarded the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

These companies also recently won positions on a potential $171 million Navy contract to analyze command and intelligence systems and provide the branch other engineering services for C4I systems.

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