Noblis has won a potential $263.3 million contract to support a Defense Threat Reduction Agency program aimed at countering weapons of mass destruction through coordination with U.S. partner nations.
The nonprofit company will advise and assist DTRA on Cooperative Threat Reduction Program areas, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.
DTRA is obligating $12.4 million in initial funds on this award. The cost-plus-award-fee contract consists of one base year, four option years and an additional six-month option.
Noblis said in late April it will support the Department of Homeland Security’s Countering WMD Office under a five-year, $99 million prime contract.
In a separate DOD notice, the department announced the award of a $9.9 million contract modification for Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) to extend by four months the company’s CTRP advisory and assistance services.
Booz Allen will receive $2.4 million at the time of award and will continue work through Sept. 26.
The agency’s cooperative threat reduction directorate works with international partners to stop the proliferation of WMD-related materials and systems.