Johns Hopkins APL Gets $245M DISA R&D, Engineering Services Contract

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory will provide research, development and engineering services to the Defense Information Systems Agency under a potential five-year, $245M contract.

APL will conduct efforts under the single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract in accordance with a set of core competencies determined by the Department of Defense’s assistant secretary for research and engineering, DoD said Friday.

The agency awarded the IDIQ via a sole-source acquisition process and will provide a minimum guarantee of $5.8M through the issuance of an initial task order. According to DoD, the ordering period will commence at the end of this month and continue through Sept. 29, 2024.

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