Six companies have won contractsÂ worth up to $970 million combined to support aÂ Defense Threat Reduction AgencyÂ program that aims to stop the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
DTRA’s Cooperative Threat Reduction programÂ seeks to collaborate with foreign countries to counter WMD threats and relatedÂ technology, materials, expertise and facilities, theÂ Defense DepartmentÂ said Tuesday.
The awardees are:
- AECOM’s (NYSE: ACM)Â URS Federal Services business
- Black and Veatch
- Jacobs Engineering Group’sÂ (NYSE: JEC) CH2MÂ subsidiary
- RaytheonÂ (NYSE: RTN)
The government received seven offers for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts with a base period and seven options.
DTRA may issue task orders that span for up to three years after the final ordering date and theÂ agency will obligate funds per task order for work that will take place at various locations across the globe.