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Amentum To Provide Biometric Technologies to USCIS Under $283M Contract

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Amentum To Provide Biometric Technologies to USCIS Under $283M Contract

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has awarded Amentum a $282.5 million contract to deliver biometric technologies supporting immigration application streamlining efforts at applicant support centers.

Amentum will provide biometric solutions designed to improve applicant services at the point of need. It will also deliver proprietary training across the USCIS workforce to ensure a modernized, consistent and high-quality applicant experience with minimal wait times.

Work will be performed at 130 locations across the United States and U.S. territories, Amentum said.

The USCIS contract adds to several awards the company won in 2023, including some worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

In November, the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command awarded Amentum a potential five-year, $441.3 million contract for C5ISR systems delivery. The company was tasked with providing command and control, electronic warfare, C5ISR technologies, analysis, testing and vulnerability assessments supporting the combatant command’s missions.

In May, it received a five-year, $48 million contract from the Department of Homeland Security to provide research, development, testing and evaluation services needed to create new tools that can fend off multidomain threats.

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