Under the single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, SAIC is responsible for incorporating novel technologies into enterprise IT systems and implementing IT as-a-service models over a five-year period, the Reston, Virginia-based organization said Thursday.
“We are thrilled to bring our best-in-industry enterprise IT expertise to USTRANSCOM’s critical mission. This work will benefit USTRANSCOM and their delivery of responsive, global mobility at scale,” commented Michael LaRouche, president of SAIC’s national security and space sector and two-time Wash100 Award winner.
Work to be performed under the contract includes the management of nearly all of the command’s enterprise IT services and builds on the efforts for the IT Service Management program. It also falls within SAIC’s enterprise IT and secure cloud growth and technology accelerant areas of focus.
The contractor’s previous IT work includes customers such as the Central Command and the Air Force Cloud One initiative.
LaRouche said this work has positioned the company to deliver enterprise IT to aid federal missions, which includes strengthening cybersecurity through zero trust and cloud migration.
In 2022, SAIC was awarded multiple contracts for IT services. In January, the organization won prime positions on a multi-award General Services Administration family of contracts to provide IT support for manned, unmanned and optionally manned systems, robotics and platforms.
More recently, the enterprise won a potential four-year, $64 million extension to a contract from the County of Orange, California to continue delivering managed services for the county’s data center, desktop, service desk, applications, networks voice environment and security operations.
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