QinetiQ To Program CBP Computers For Info Collecting, Sharing

QinetiQ To Program CBP Computers For Info Collecting, Sharing - top government contractors - best government contracting eventQinetiQ North America will provide computer programming services to Customs and Border Protection according to the Washington Business Journal.

Under a $9.34 million contract, the company will continue providing technology solutions to support CBP’s efforts in collecting, sharing, safeguarding and using immigration law enforcement information.

Computer Sciences Corp. and Mitre Corp. also received awards from CBP, but the Washington Business Journal notes QinetiQ received the highest dollar amount.

QinetiQ also holds a $20 million Marine Corps task order to provide engineering support services for a combat support and logistics program in March.

That order has an 11-month base period and two one-year options.

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