Fulcrum Wins Potential $128M DIA Intell Support Contract

Fulcrum has won a potential five-year, $128M contract from the Defense Intelligence Agency to provide operational and analysis support services to U.S. combat forces stationed in South Korea.

Virginia Contracting Activity received seven offers for the labor-hour contract via a competition acquisition process, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

The company’s information technology services group will support the Joint Intelligence Operations Center–Korea, as well as U.S. Forces Korea and its six divisions.

DIA will obligate $10M in fiscal 2019 operations and maintenance funds at the time of award.

Contract work may extend through July 13, 2024, if the agency exercises all options.

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