SAIC Wins Potential $102M County IT Infrastructure Services Contract

SAIC Logo_ExecutiveBizScience Applications International Corp. has won a potential $102 million contract to manage the information technology infrastructure of a California county seeking to centralize its IT systems.

Orange County comprises 25 departments with respective divisions that manage more than three million residents, SAIC said Thursday.

SAIC will upgrade applications that intend to help the local government oversee programs for public safety, health, the environment, regional planning, social services and aviation.

The company will also deploy desktops, operate a data center, develop and maintain applications and manage the county’s IT environment.

The contract contains five base years worth $74 million total and two one-year options would reach the contract’s full ceiling value.

Work will occur in Santa Ana, Calif. and at SAIC’s integrated services management center in Oak Ridge, Tenn.

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