Research Innovations-Led Team Holds Spot on $500M DOJ BPA for Data Analytics Products, Services

Research Innovations Inc. will lead an industry team that aims to help the Department of Justice implement data analytics tools through a potential five-year, $500M blanket purchase agreement.

RII said Tuesday it seeks to provide the Search and Investigative Flexible Toolkit for DOJ personnel to examine huge amounts of investigation data.

SIFT is designed to generate analytics-based intelligence data from structured and unstructured sources. The platform may aid the department in planning, enforcement, crime prevention and collaborative investigation efforts, RII noted.

The RII team includes SAP National Security Services, Accenture‘s (NYSE: ACN) federal services business and ManTech (Nasdaq: MANT).

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