SAIC To Run Army National Guard Enterprise IT

SAICEbizLogoScience Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) has won a potential $58 million task order contract to update the U.S. Army National Guard‘s enterprise information technology infrastructure, the company said Thursday.

The company won the potential five-year order through the General Services Administration‘s Alliant vehicle.

SAIC will help the Guard operate its wide area network, exchange and web services, video and audio conferencing and other enterprise systems.

According to the company, the Guard wants to evolve into a services-oriented, IT infrastructure library-based concept of operations and to evolve its enterprise operations and security services concept.

Work at SAIC’s Vienna, Va. facility will include standardizing enterprise systems, data networks system engineering, security engineering support and designing services and strategy.

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