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Five Companies Land Spots on Potential $535M DTRA IT Support Contract

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency has selected five companies for a potential 10-year, $535M contract to provide information technology support services throughout the DTRA enterprise.

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) IT business, Leidos (NYSE: LDOS), NT Concepts and Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) will compete for task orders under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

DTRA received five offers for the IDIQ via a solicitation on FedBizzOpps and will obligate funds upon issuance of each order.

The contract has a five-year base period plus one five-year option. Work will occur at Fort Belvoir in Virginia, as well as other locations worldwide, and is expected to conclude in March 2029.

Leidos won the five-year, $18.1M initial task order to provide IT engineering and systems test support to the agency. A second order is valued at $22.1M and covers knowledge management and related support services.

Both orders contain a one-year base period, followed by four one-year options.

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