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Noblis Secures DHS Prime Contract to Support Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office

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Noblis Secures DHS Prime Contract to Support Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office

The Department of Homeland Security has selected Noblis to be the prime contractor for a project under the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office.

Noblis, a Reston, Virginia-headquartered provider of science, technology and strategy services to the federal government, received a five-year, $99 million contract from the DHS.

The contract work will focus on enhancing the country’s abilities to prevent terrorists and threat actors from using weapons of mass destruction, Noblis said.

The company will also allow the U.S. help operational partners close capability gaps in protecting the nation from chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and health security threats.

Noblis will provide scientific, systems engineering, research analysis, programmatic and administrative services for the CWMD’s Information Analysis Directorate and the Strategy, Plans and Policy Directorate. The contract also covers support for the National Biosurveillance Information Center, the data integration project management team and the intelligence and targeting support branches.

The CWMD is tasked with coordinating the federal government’s efforts to prevent CBRN terrorism within the U.S. The office is being led by Gary Rasicot on an interim basis. 

According to Jordin Cohen, vice president of Noblis’ homeland security mission area, the company will lead a team of seven subcontractors on the advisory and assistance support contract.

The subcontractors are Barbaricum, DEFTEC, BVTI, Snare Consulting, SC&A, TechINT and TechOp Solutions.

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