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LMI to Support DoD Security Cooperation Programs via Two IDIQs Worth $450M; Robert Lech Quoted

Jeff Brody
Robert Lech

LMI has secured positions on two five-year contracts worth potentially $450M combined to support programs under the Defense Security Cooperation Agency and the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Policy.

The first contract has a ceiling value of $300M and covers the implementation of assessment, monitoring and evaluation approaches across the DoD to help improve its security cooperation initiatives, LMI said Friday.

Work also involves disseminating program evaluations and assisting DoD to develop AM&E procedures and policies.

The second contract has a $150M maximum value and includes an $8M task order for the Tysons, Va.-based nonprofit company to help DCSA plan, implement and track measures to help U.S. partner nations increase defense posture under the Building Partner Capacity program.

“Successful implementation of AM&E methods will enable DoD leaders to easily assess program outcomes, strengthening their cooperation with U.S. allies who share our defense priorities,” said Robert Lech, vice president of LMI’s defense market.

Both indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts run through September 2024.

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