Engility Books $76M in US Intell Systems Engineering, Security Contracts; Lynn Dugle Comments

Engility has secured three sole-source contracts worth up to $76 million combined to help the U.S. intelligence community engineer and protect systems against cyber threats.

The company said Wednesday it will also help IC analyze classified intelligence data, design software and support modeling, simulation and mission operations.

“Intelligence decision makers have a choice in who they trust to partner with them on their missions, and we are honored Engility has proven itself worthy of that trust,” said Engility CEO Lynn Duglea 2018 Wash100 recipient.

Engility booked the contracts during the first quarter of this year.

The company will display a range of technology offerings at the GEOINT Symposium that will take place in Tampa, Florida, from April 23 to 25.

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