DIA Awards Spot on $17.1B IDIQ Contract to SOSi; Julian Setian Quoted

Julian Setian, SOSi President and CEO

SOS International announced on Tuesday that the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency has awarded a spot on a potential 10-year, $17.1B indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contract, the Solutions for Intelligence Analysis 3 contract, to SOSi to provide a variety of analytic and operational support services.

“SOSi has supported the SIA program for several years going back to the first iteration of the contract, and this award reflects our growing leadership in the national security community,” said Julian Setian, SOSi president and CEO and 2019 Wash100 Award winner.

“The unique capabilities we’ve developed supporting intelligence operations at the strategic and operational levels, coupled with our proven success supporting our deployed forces, make us a highly valuable DIA SIA 3 partner,” Setian added.

SIA 3 is the primary contract vehicle for providing intelligence analytical support to Department of Defense warfighters, planners and policy professionals worldwide. Task orders awarded under the contract will support five key mission priorities: analysis, scientific military research, engineering, network operations and counterintelligence.

The SIA 3 award provides new opportunities for SOSi to build on its legacy of also providing U.S. military and intelligence community agencies with multi-domain intelligence collection and analytic support.

About SOS International 

Founded in 1989, SOSi is the largest, private, family-owned and operated technology and services integrator in aerospace, defense, and government services industry. Its global portfolio includes military logistics, intelligence analysis, software development, and cybersecurity.

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