Buffalo Group Wins Potential $301M Centcom Intell Support Contract

The Buffalo Group has won a potential five-year, $301M contract to help the U.S. Central Command analyze intelligence data.

The company will provide service support to Centcom’s Intelligence Directorate  at MacDill Air Force Base, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

Virginia Contracting Activity received 11 offers for the time and materials contract with one base year and four option years. DIA will initially obligate $41.1M in operations and maintenance funds allotted for fiscal year 2019.

The Pentagon expects contract work to be complete by Nov. 30, 2024, if all options are exercised.

Reston, Va.-based Buffalo Group offers intelligence and analysis, information technology and operational support services to federal and industrial customers. Former servicemen account for more than half of the company’s  workforce.

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