SAIC wins aviation systems and computer resources support contract from US Army

22 October 2015 (Last Updated October 22nd, 2015 18:30)

Science Applications International (SAIC) has secured an aviation systems and computer resources support (ASCRS) contract from the US Army Contracting Command - Redstone.

Science Applications International (SAIC) has secured an aviation systems and computer resources support (ASCRS) contract from the US Army Contracting Command - Redstone.

Valued at approximately $109m, the contract covers delivery of a variety of aviation systems engineering and software development services.

The deliveries are intended for the Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center (AMRDEC), Software Engineering Directorate (SED).

AMRDEC will be responsible for providing aviation and missile systems to joint troops in a bid to support national security and defence strategies.

"AMRDEC will be responsible for providing aviation and missile systems to joint troops in a bid to support national security and defence strategies."

Under this order, SAIC will carry out lifecycle systems and software engineering support to ensure that the army receives the latest technology and equipment required for mission success.

Awarded under the GSA One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract, single-award, cost-plus-fixed-fee delivery order has a one-year base period of performance and a one-year option.

Work under this contract will be performed primarily at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama.

In August, SAIC received a $105m contract from the US Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) to provide facilities maintenance logistics support in the South Central region of the US.

The single-award, firm-fixed-price contract with a five-year performance period will see the company delivering tailored logistics support (TLS) for maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) requirements at Department of Defense (DoD) and federal installations located in Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma, US.