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SAIC Gets $66M to Continue Support of Hawaii’s Energy Program

SAIC Gets $66M to Continue Support of Hawaii's Energy Program - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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SAIC Inc. has won more than $66 million in funding for its prime contract assisting Hawaii Public Utilities Commission in making Hawaii businesses and residents more energy efficient.

This funding amendment has a two-year performance period and is an addition to the $105 million SAIC has been awarded since it has serviced this contract.

“The contract enables SAIC to continue to develop energy efficiency infrastructure initiatives in Hawaii and help improve energy security, increase economic development, and decrease dependence on foreign oil,” said JT Grumski, SAIC senior vice president and business unit general manager.

The company has been program administrator for the Hawaii Energy Efficiency Program since March of 2009 and will continue through Dec. 31, 2013, with a possible additional three year period.

SAIC will continue as public benefits fee administrator and work to reduce Hawaii’s dependence on foreign oil and improve energy efficiency and security, according to the company announcement.

The company will also administer the energy program, which provides critical support for the Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative’s goal of 30 percent reduction in energy use through efficiency by 2030, with program operation and outreach support, market evaluation, information technology and infrastructure development initiatives.

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