Engility has been selected as one of the prime contractors for the US Army Intelligence and Security Command's (INSCOM) global intelligence support services (GISS) contract.
Valued at $7.2bn, the contract will support a wide range of missions including intelligence analysis, electronic systems, intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance systems, security systems, prototype intelligence hardware and software suites and quick reaction capability systems.
The five-year indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract, which was originally bid by TASC, was acquired by Engility in February.
Engility president and chief executive officer Tony Smeraglinolo said: "This award reflects legacy TASC's strong reputation within the intelligence community for superior management and technical innovations and builds upon the strategic partnership our team has with Army Intelligence and the Army Intelligence campaign initiatives group programme."
Additional work under the contract will include supporting facilities to ensure they are and remain at the highest state of readiness, and business functions to ensure consistency with army standards and directives.
The contract will provide support services for army intelligence and security operations, information operations. mission support for facilities management, logistics, training and intelligence systems support, as well as sustainment services including programme management, strategic planning, administrative and requirements analysis services.
The GISS contract was solicited with an unrestricted competition pool under a full and open competition and a restricted competition pool as a partial small business set aside.
Task orders scheduled to be awarded under the contract will be cost-plus-fixed-fee, cost-plus-award-fee, plus time and materials and firm-fixed-price.