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Peder Jungck: BAE Continues Mission Support to DIA Through SIA 3 Contract Vehicle

Jeff Brody
Peder Jungck

TYSONS CORNER, VA, January 6, 2020 — BAE Systems will continue to provide military intelligence delivery services to the Defense Intelligence Agency via the company's prime position on the potential $17B Solutions for Intelligence Analysis 3 contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Dec. 18.

The company said Dec. 17 it plans to support global delivery of millitary intelligence to policymakers, defense planning personnel and soldiers under the 10-year, multiple-award contract.

“We’re excited to continue our longstanding partnership with DIA and bring our next-generation talent to work for their mission,” said Peder Jungck, vice president and general manager at BAE’s intelligence solutions business.

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