Tetra Tech Wins $117M DoD Security Cooperation Analysis Task Order

Jeff Brody

Tetra Tech has received a $117M initial task order to help the Department of Defense track the progress of various security cooperation programs through data analytics.

The company said Monday it will work with the Defense Security Cooperation Agency and DoD Office of the Secretary of Defense for Policy in program evaluation efforts.

DoD awarded the task order under a potential $300M multiple-award contracting vehicle that covers  assessment, monitoring and evaluation services

“We are pleased to support DoD by providing high-end consulting and advanced analytics for this important program,” said Dan Batrack, chairman and CEO of Tetra Tech.

The company noted that using a data-driven approach can facilitate efforts to monitor a partner nation’s  institutional capacity across the policy development and implementation, resource and human capital management and logistics areas.

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