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What Are The Top 10 SAIC Government Contracts?

What Are The Top 10 SAIC Government Contracts?

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Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) provides engineering, information technology, and mission operations solutions for the U.S. government and federal civilian customers. The company has secured several contract vehicles in the technology landscape and data operations. Here are the top SAIC government contracts.

1. DHA Secures Contract Awards to Provide Military Medical Research and Development Services

  • Contracting activity: Defense Health Agency Professional Services Contracting Division
  • Contract type: Multiple awards, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract
  • Value: $10 billion
  • Contract date: May 16, 2022

Science Applications International Corp. is one of the 55 companies awarded to share an IDIQ contract with a $10 billion ceiling value. The contract provides military medical research and development services and technologies across four market segments:

  • Research & Development
  • Research & Development Support Services
  • Regulatory Processes
  • Translational Science Support and Services

Contract performance includes a five-year base period, ending on June 19, 2027, and another five-year option term ending on June 19, 2032. Work locations vary on the task order dependent, with a $2,500 minimum guarantee. The Defense Health Agency Professional Services Contracting Division is the contracting activity for the award.

2. DEVCOM Finalized an Award to Provide Engineering Services for HWIL Modeling and Simulation Development

  • Contracting activity: U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command
  • Value: $3.6 billion
  • Contract date: April 7, 2021

Science Applications International Corp. secured a contract to provide engineering and support services for hardware-in-the-loop (HWIL) modeling and simulation development. The contract has spanned for eight years with a potential six-month extension, with work being performed in Huntsville, Alabama.

SAIC’s technical expertise provided the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center with development techniques for embedded systems, force protection, trainers, and multimedia systems. Outlined in this agreement are testing affordable test aircraft components with electronic control and line-replaceable units.

The contract was the fourth award under General Services Administration One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services professional services, totaling the contract value to $8.1 billion. Earlier agreements were the following contract awards:

3. ACC Signed a Deal to Support Programs and Systems of the Department of Defense

  • Contracting activity: Army Contracting Command
  • Contract type: Hybrid (cost, cost-plus-fixed-fee, firm-fixed-price, firm-fixed-price-level-of-effort, and time-and-materials) contract
  • Value: $2.5 billion
  • Contract date: December 21, 2018

SAIC was one of the 17 contractors to support enterprise-level human resource services for the programs and systems of the Department of Defense. The ten-year contract was finalized among 32 bids and has an estimated completion date of December 31, 2028. The U.S. Army Contracting Command oversaw the project as the contracting activity.

4. NAVSEA Awarded a Contract for the Production of MK 48 Mod 7 Heavyweight Torpedo

  • Contracting activity: Naval Sea Systems Command
  • Contract type: Firm-fixed-price and cost-plus-fixed-fee contract
  • Value: $1.1 billion
  • Contract date: November 23, 2021

The Naval Sea Systems Command awarded Science Applications International Corp. an initial contract of $123.7 million to produce MK 48 Mod 7 heavyweight afterbody and fuel tank torpedo equipment. If all options are exercised, the total value of the contract award could bring the cumulative value to $1.1 billion.

Work has commenced in Indiana and Rhode Island, with an expected completion date of July 2025 and potentially January 2033 if all options are exercised. The contract was finalized by combining the purchases for the U.S. Navy with the foreign military sales programs for the governments of Australia and Taiwan.

5. AFLCMC Awarded Prime Contact Positions for the Joint All Domain Command and Control

  • Contracting activity: Air Force Life Cycle Management
  • Contract type: Indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts
  • Value: $950 million
  • Contract date: July 1, 2020

SAIC was one of the 18 contractors to compete for an IDIQ with a defined ceiling value of $950 million. The contractors were tasked with the proliferation of platforms and domains, maturation, and demonstration for the Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2). Work has occurred at the direct order level, with expected completion by May 28, 2025.

The contract’s goal was to boost the capability of JADC2 with systems operations as a unified force across all domains: air, land, cuber, space, and the electromagnetic spectrum. The project uses an architecture family of systems for multiple integrated platforms that leverage open systems design, modern software, and algorithm development.

6. AFLCMC Contracts to Develop an Innovative Approach for Multi-Domain Systems

  • Contracting activity: Air Force Life Cycle Management
  • Contract type: Indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts
  • Value: $900 million
  • Contract date: December 9, 2022

SAIC is one of the 92 companies to develop an innovative approach to capabilities, technologies, demonstration, and development for multi-domain systems. The $900 million ceiling value contracts task the contractors to characterize new methods and technologies, enable rapid prototyping, and provide test capability transition support.

As the contracting activity, the Air Force Life Cycle Management has finalized the contracts among 94 responses with an obligation of $1,000 per contractor from the fiscal 2022 operations and maintenance funds. Work location occurs at the contract direct level order through the expected conclusion date of December 2032.

7. GSA Finalized a Technical Support Task Order for the Integrated Multi-Domain Command and Control

  • Contracting activity: General Services Administration
  • Contract type: Task Order
  • Value: $878 million
  • Contract date: October 6, 2020

The General Services Administration signed a task order with SAIC to provide technical support services for the Integrated Multi-Domain Command and Control (IMDC2). The scope of work included advancements in cybersecurity, digital and model-based engineering, integrated training, research and development, and IT modernization.

The task order’s goal under the IMDC2 was to enable warfighters by providing access to critical information and data operations. It allowed advanced situational awareness and global support in combat against peer competitors. SAIC was also tasked with the following operations:

  • Capitalize information against emerging and evolving threats
  • Prevent inactivity in IMDC2 technologies
  • Minimize costs for the military’s JADC2 systems

8. ACC Awards Contracts for Chemical and Biological Demitarilization Operations

  • Contracting activity: Army Contracting Command
  • Contract type: Hybrid (cost-no-fee, cost-plus-fixed-fee, cost-plus-incentive-fee and firm-fixed-price) contract
  • Value: $869.1 million
  • Contract date: April 8, 2022

SAIC and 25 other companies receive awards to provide technical support for the U.S. Armed Forces’ chemical and biological demilitarization operations. The vendors provide research, development, testing, evaluation, and engineering services for product development, fielding, and support.

Work supports the Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Chemical Biological Center, with location and funding determined per order. The U.S. Army Contracting Command serves as the contracting activity until completion by April 7, 2032.

9. ACC Signed Agreements for Engineering Related Activities of the Army Information Systems Engineering Command

  • Contracting activity: Army Contracting Command
  • Contract type: Hybrid (cost-plus-fixed-fee and firm-fixed-price) contract
  • Value: $800 million
  • Contract date: October 5, 2020

SAIC, General Dynamics, and NCI Information Systems secured a potential three-year contract to provide engineering services for the U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command (USAISEC). The Army Contracting Command determined each order’s location and funding through estimated contract completion by October 4, 2023.

USAISEC is responsible for the engineering command, control, communications, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems for the U.S. Army and joint forces with other military branches.

10. DEVCOM Awarded to Provide Engineering Services for Army Modeling and Simulation Support

  • Contracting activity: Army Combat Capabilities Development Command
  • Value: $800 million
  • Contract date: April 7, 2021

Science Applications International Corporation received a performance award for modeling and simulation support for the U.S. military branches. The five-year contract award created a system of systems to facilitate battlefield situations, training sessions, and effectiveness experiments. Work commenced in Alabama, Colorado, and Hawaii.

Moreover, SAIC was selected for the contract award under the government-wide One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services contract vehicles managed by the Army Contracting Command. The task order included modeling and simulation in three divisions:

  • Army Missile Systems Division
  • Strategic and Operational Analysis Division
  • Modeling and Simulation Technology Division

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Science Applications International Corp.?

About SAIC

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Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) is a technology solutions provider primarily for the federal government. The company has a robust portfolio of services in defense, space, civilian, and intelligence markets. With an annual revenue of $7.1 billion for fiscal 2021, SAIC grew by 11% compared to the previous fiscal year.

Nazzic Keene heads SAIC as the Chief Executive Officer. The company headquarters is located in Reston, Virginia, with over 26,000 employees across the United States and worldwide offices in Bahrain, Belgium, and Germany. Science International Applications Corp. ranks 456th in the 2022 Fortune 500 list.

Is SAIC a government contractor?

SAIC has been awarded numerous government contracts since its establishment in 1969. The company has secured a range of contracts and schedules, such as:

  • Blanket Purchase Agreements on GSA MAS Schedules
  • ITES-3S contracts
  • Multiple award IDIQ contracts
  • Full and open IDIQ contracts
  • Purchase orders
  • Government-wide acquisition contract

In January 2022, SAIC secures prime contract positions for GSA ASTRO multiple award IDIQ contracts. The company is one of the six companies to receive all ten contracts for contract vehicles accessible to federal government customers, managed by GSA’s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center.

The awards allow contract access to SAIC’s technical expertise in support manned and optionally manned systems, robotics, and platforms. SAIC’s GSA ASTRO contracts are added to the list of the company’s government contracts and schedules.

Advancing the Power of Technology and Innovation

Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) awards provide contract access to SAIC's technical expertise

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SAIC government contracts have boosted the federal government’s technology solutions and services. The company pushes for advancements in technology and innovation for the governments to better serve and protect the world.

 

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