Engility has secured a potential $24 million contract to support the U.S. Army‘s efforts to gather and provide global intelligence data to military commanders.
The company said Wednesday it will continue to provide engineering services for the service branch’s Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities Program under the recompete firm-fixed-price contract.
“Our systems engineering knowledge, combined with insight into advanced science and technology and research and development initiatives within the intelligence community, has produced real-time cooperative data exchanges across the network of intelligence disciplines,” noted Engility CEO Lynn Dugle.
“As a result, we have been able to produce an abundance of courses of action for warfighter situational awareness,” Dugle added.
The contract, which the company booked in the second quarter of 2016, contains eight base months and four option years.
Engility interacts with the National Reconnaissance Office, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency as part of the TENCAP “outreach” initiative.