Five Companies Each Win $100M BPA to Support Pentagon’s AI Hub

Five Companies Each Win $100M BPA to Support Pentagon’s AI Hub

The Department of Defense's Joint Artificial Intelligence Center has awarded five companies blanket purchase agreements worth potentially $100M each to provide support services to the JAIC missions directorate.

Tasks encompass software development, engineering, user experience technology design, machine learning and cognitive systems development, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

DoD noted the ordering period runs through Sept. 24, 2025, and work will take place in Arlington, Virginia. The Air Force District Washington at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland is the contracting activity.

The awardees are:

  • Barbaricum
  • Cyber Point International
  • Elder Research
  • Enterprise Resource Performance
  • Redhorse Corp.

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