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SRA Wins Position on $11B Homeland Security IDIQ; Pat Burke Comments

Pat Burke, SRA International
Pat Burke, SRA International

SRA International has won a position on an $11 billion Department of Homeland Security contract vehicle for agency support services.

The company is one of 12 awardees under the first domain and track of the DHS Technical, Acquisition and Business Support Services indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, SRA said Thursday.

Under the five-year contract, SRA and 15 partner companies will compete for awards in 39 areas to manage programs and provide engineering and technical support for the department headquarters and its agencies.

“SRA has supported DHS since its inception, ” said Pat Burke, senior vice president for intelligence, homeland security and law enforcement at SRA.

“We have supported some individual DHS component agencies for the past 30 years and are pleased to have the opportunity to continue our work in support of the DHS mission.”

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