The Defense Intelligence Agency’s National Media Exploitation Center
awarded Engility Corp, a subsidiary of Science Applications
International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), a single-award, indefinite-delivery,
indefinite-quantity contract worth potentially $106 million. As part of
the new contract, SAIC will continue to provide media management and
analysis work, and will expand these services to include all of the DIA
Science and Technology Directorate.
“Partnering with the DIA is a privilege we take seriously,” said Michael
LaRouche, executive vice president and general manager of SAIC’s
National Security Customer Group. “Expanding our services to the entire
Science and Technology Directorate offers our team of intelligence and
data analytics experts a great opportunity to bring value and
technological innovation to even more missions.”
The IDIQ carries a potential 10-year period of performance. The contract
supports NMEC’s training, document and media management, program
support, and related intelligence operations. The team assists NMEC with
document and media exploitation processes like data acquisition, ingest,
processing, reporting, and timely dissemination to ensure the chain of
command is immediately informed of any changes or developments based on
media gathered by the U.S. military and intelligence community.
The contract award comes on the heels of SAIC’s $2.5 billion acquisition
of Engility, completed in January 2019, as part of its strategy to
expand its intelligence community portfolio.
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