SAIC Wins $149M for Army Intell Enterprise IT Support; John Thomas Comments

John Thomas

Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) has won a potential $149 million task order contract to provide information technology support services to the U.S. Department of the Army.

The company said the single-award order contains one base year, two one-year options and a six-month option and was awarded through the Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise contract vehicle.

John Thomas, senior vice president and general manager of the intelligence systems business unit, said the company will provide the Army IT design and implementation to help warfighters in the global war on terrorism.

SAIC’s work for the Army’s military intelligence enterprise will also include maintenance, operations, logistics and engineering services for the enterprise IT environment.

The company also is providing enterprise IT support to the Army’s Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command on a $152 million contract.

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