Deloitte to Help DoD Create AI Dev’t Environment Under $106M Task Order

Deloitte to Help DoD Create AI Dev’t Environment Under $106M Task Order

Deloitte Consulting has received a potential four-year, $106.4M task order to provide a development environment for the Department of Defense's Joint Artificial Intelligence Center to test, validate and implement AI-based tools.

The company will help JAIC design and build the Joint Common Foundation AI development environment under the task order awarded under the Systems Engineering, Technology and Innovation contract vehicle, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

The award has a one-year base value of $31M, plus three one-year options that would extend work through Aug. 16, 2024.

According to JAIC, Deloitte Consulting will serve as the system integrator of JCF contractor service offerings to facilitate AI technology development efforts in an environment designed to comply with the Pentagon's development, security and operations principles.

The Defense Information Systems Agency selected 14 awardees for the unrestricted track of its multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity SETI contract in June 2018.

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