Virginia-based Invertix will lead a team that includes Booz Allen Hamilton, EDS, Harris and CACI supporting INSCOM's Information Dominance Center Futures Directorate. The five-year follow-on deal for $300 million is the collection of three separate task orders.
The Invertix team will provide IT, management and engineering support services at Fort Belvoir in Virginia along with other INSCOM locations around the world.
"INSCOM serves a vital role in the national defense of the United States and the protection of allied forces worldwide," Art Hurtado, Invertix president and chief executive officer, said in a statement.
"We could not be more pleased that the Futures Directorate has asked Invertix, along with our talented partners, to fulfill mission critical support and technology requirements."
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