Booz Allen, Cyberspace Solutions, Intrepid Receive DIA Enterprise IT Task Orders Under E-SITE Vehicle

ITBooz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), Cyberspace Solutions and Intrepid Solutions and Services have each won a five-year task order from the Defense Intelligence Agency for a range of information technology support services to multiple defense and intelligence organizations.

DIA awarded the task orders through its Enhanced Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract vehicle,  the Defense Department said Tuesday.

Fifty companies in total were awarded positions on the $6 billion E-SITE contract in July last year.

Booz Allen will assist in various functions of DIA’s Directorate for Information Management and Chief Information Officer Operations and Management under a potential $143.9 million order.

Cyberspace Solutions secured a $51.5 million order to support the Intelligence Community Security Coordination Center.

Intrepid will provide IT management services to the Division for Facilities Services, the Office of Corporate Communications and the Directorate of Intelligence at Joint Staff under a $35.1 million order.

The three contractors will perform tasks in the National Capital Region.

In early September, Booz Allen received a separate task order to perform infrastructure engineering and operations services for DIA and other U.S. intelligence agencies.

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