The work, under the Solutions for Intelligence Analysis II program, will be conducted under a five-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity multiple award. The award has a ceiling value of $5.6 billion if all options are exercised.
"SRA looks forward to continuing our service to the DIA under the SIA II contract," said SRA's senior vice president of Intelligence, Homeland Security and Law Enforcement, Pat Burke. "We are proud to support the war fighters, defense planners and national security policy makers by giving them access to mission-critical information when they need it."
Intelligence analysis support service will be provided worldwide, SRA said.
SRA International describes itself as an IT and professional services company that has served U.S. government agencies for more than three decades.
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