Tetra Tech has secured a $300m contract to provide assessment, monitoring and evaluation services for the US Department of Defense (DoD).
The multiple-award contract will help the DoD strengthen its alliances with key strategic partners through security cooperation worldwide.
Under the initial task order, which has a ceiling value of $117m, the company will provide advanced analytics.
These analytics will help identify performance indicators for the measurement of progress and for providing frameworks to facilitate security cooperation.
Tetra Tech will work with the Office of the Secretary of Defense for Policy and the Defense Security Cooperation Agency to use new techniques for acquiring data and deployment of advanced analytics.
The company will also build an advanced data-driven programme for accurate and timely monitoring of gaps in partner nations’ institutional capacity.
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The programme will enable monitoring in the countries’ capacity, in particular, their ability to design and implement policy, logistics operations, and resource and human capital management.
Tetra Tech chairman and CEO Dan Batrack said: “We are pleased to support DoD by providing high-end consulting and advanced analytics for this important programme.
“Tetra Tech is in a unique position to support DoD’s key initiative through the combination of our high-end expertise and advanced analytics capabilities.”
Last week, the US DoD awarded BAE Systems Land & Armaments a modification contract for engineering and manufacturing of an armoured multi-purpose vehicle.
The $14m contract will be performed in Sterling Heights, Michigan, US, and is expected to conclude by October next year.