Lynn Dugle: Engility to Offer Technical Research, Analysis Services Through DoD Contract Vehicle

Lynn Dugle, president, chairman and CEO of Engility, has said the company seeks to provide technical research, scientific and analytical support for Defense Department missions via a potential $28B contract vehicle.

“DoD has been working on ways to more rapidly deliver needed capabilities to the front line and I’m glad to see this translate to action,” added Dugle, a two-time Wash100  awardee.

Engility is among 15 companies that are eligible to compete for at least $15 million in task orders under the Information Analysis Center Multi-Award Contract‘s pool 1.

IAC MAC consolidates three previous contract vehicles and covers 23 technical focus areas that include cybersecurity, weapons and autonomous systems, medical services, biometrics and critical infrastructure.

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