Under the contract, SAIC will offer mission engineering, integration, and enterprise solutions.
Support services and solutions include business operations, security, training development and logistics and lifecycle support.
These will support the ARNG Military Intelligence (MI) units in the US. They will enable the units to improve MI capabilities.
In addition, the support services will allow soldiers and strategic partners to partner, integrate and enhance their preparedness while fulfilling the needs of the mission.
The Military Intelligence Services and Support task order has a performance period of five years.
SAIC Defense Systems Group executive vice-president and general manager Jim Scanlon said: “We are pleased to partner with the ARNG G-2 to enhance readiness for the Army National Guard MI Units by supporting their incredibly diverse, complex, and ever-changing mission parameters.
“These warfighter and intelligence operators are critical to the overall defence of the nation both at home and abroad.”
The ARNG G-2 is responsible for offering ‘strategic resources, policy guidance, and oversight of the ARNG intelligence organisation’. It provides ARNG MI soldiers and strategic partners with readiness, training, and operations.
Last month, SAIC was awarded a $185m task order to assist the US Army Space and Missile Defense Command’s (USASMDC) Decision Support Division.