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SAIC Secures Army $232M Electronic Warfare Systems Modernization Support Contract

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SAIC Secures Army $232M Electronic Warfare Systems Modernization Support Contract

The U.S. Army has tapped Science Applications International Corp. to modernize its signals intelligence and electronic warfare systems under a $232 million contract.

Josh Jackson, executive vice president of the Army Business Group at SAIC, said the company is committed to continuing its support for the service branch in fulfilling its mission, especially those involving critical battlefield challenges.

Awarded under the Department of Defense Information Analysis Center’s multiple-award contract vehicle, the effort is expected to help identify vulnerabilities and recommend mitigation measures in multiple intelligence disciplines, SAIC said.

Sponsored by the Defense Technical Information Center, the DOD IAC offers technical data management and research support for the Pentagon and other federal agencies. Created in 1946, the center has also been promoting technological innovation through greater collaboration between the DOD and the science and technology community.

The two organizations also entered into a partnership in early 2024. The Army awarded SAIC a $156 million systems support contract in January to deliver various enterprise information technology services to more than 700 sites in the United States, Europe and Asia.

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