Science Applications International Corp. will provide business process, information security and information technology services to the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board under a potential $224 million contract.
The Technology and Enterprise Support Services contract contains two base years, a two-year option and two one-year options, SAIC said Monday.
Dan Harris, senior vice president of SAIC’s federal civilian group, said this is the first time the company will work with the FRTIB.
Harris added the company aims to help the agency manage $369 billion in retirement savings accounts for over 4.6 million members.
SAIC will provide recordkeeping, data center, data network, voice network, end-user, service desk and cross-functional services to FRTIB.
The FRTIB oversees the Thrift Savings Plan, a defined contribution plan for federal employees.