Army support contract
SAIC to Support US Army Ground Vehicle Systems Center Under $126M Task
Science Applications International Corp. has been awarded a five-year, $126 million task order to enable modeling and simulation enhancements in support of the Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Ground Vehicle Systems Center.
The CCDC GVSC oversees the development and integration of solutions into the military’s crewed and unmanned ground combat and combat support systems.
Work under the task covers research and development across various modeling, simulation and software-intensive areas, including ground combat systems modeling and simulations, and lab-based performance assessments of life cycle systems architecture, SAIC said Thursday.
The Reston, Virginia-based company will leverage R&D expertise and experience in the application of modeling and simulation, and software technologies to fulfill the requirements of the task.
In a statement, Bob Genter, president of SAIC’s defense and civilian sector, welcomed the opportunity to help the CCDC GVSC in providing world-class engineering services across the acquisition life cycle.
The task was issued by the Department of Defense Information Analysis Center and adds to recent awards secured by SAIC, including a $200 million single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with the Defense Intelligence Agency for laboratory operations services. Work on the DIA contract will be performed in Huntsville, Alabama, through March 29, 2031.
Founded in 1969, SAIC provides mission support and IT services to customers in the defense, space, civilian and intelligence markets.
Category: Defense and Intelligence
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