Alion Science and Technology was recently awarded a contract worth up to $2 billion to help improve the Department of Defense’s integration, sharing and securing of information.
“Access to information is a deciding factor in the success of military operations. Under SNIM, Alion’s expertise can be focused on helping the DoD achieve greater control over and insight to the data that is necessary to support national security objectives,” said Bahman Atefi, Chairman and CEO of Alion. “In addition, we will continue our long-standing support of the DoD’s modeling and simulation requirements, delivering expertise in live/virtual/constructive simulations and helping to promote newer, effective solutions such as serious gaming.”
Alion will provide technical assistance and expertise for software analysis, knowledge management and information assurance, according to Lt. Gen. Richard E. “Tex” Brown III (USAF, Ret.), Alion Senior Vice President and modeling and simulation.
“Activities from information assurance to systems design to modeling and simulation of military infrastructure fall within the contract’s scope, and our team has proven capabilities to deliver effective, cost-sensitive solutions in all of these areas,” he said.