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TJFACT Secures $116M IDIQ for State Dept Vetting, Linguistics Support

Totally Joined for Achieving Collaborative Techniques has been awarded a potential $116M contract to provide vetting and linguistics services to the State Department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security.

Atlanta-based TJFACT will provide language experts in dialects such as Arabic, Dari, Kurdish, Nepali and Pashto to support U.S. government operations in “high threat areas” around the world, according to a FedBizOpps notice posted Tuesday.

The company will also support intelligence and data analysis operations as well as serve as a liaison between local authorities and the bureau’s Regional Security Office.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract includes four option years and requires initial work to take place in nations within the Middle East region.

TJFACT offers information technology, healthcare consulting and program management services to the government sector.

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