Science Applications International Corp. has won a task order from the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide the agency system engineering and technical services for a nuclear program, the company announced Wednesday.
The single-award cost-plus award-fee order, awarded through DISA’s ENCORE II vehicle, is potentially worth $18 million over one base year and four option years.
Out of Fort Meade, Md., the company will analyze systems, vulnerability, programs, budgets for the Nuclear C3 System (command, control and computers).
“SAIC is pleased to have been selected to continue 25 years of uninterrupted support to DISA in its role as the U.S. Nuclear C3 system engineer,” said Dan Harris, a senior vice president and business unit general manager. “This work will provide analysis and integration of the Nuclear C3 System into a broader Strategic C3/National Leadership Command Capability.”
The company said it will will focus on engineering, analyzing and documenting both current and future objective architectures, along with alternative architecture and roadmap development for evolving the Nuclear C3 System.
SAIC also holds a $48 million contract with the Air Force to provide program management for air traffic control systems.