The DIA’s $5.6 Billion SITA-II Umbrella Contract

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In July 2012, the “Virginia Contracting Activity” accepted 10 firms into the $5.6 billion “Solutions for Intelligence Analysis II” program. It succeeds the original December 2007 SITA contract, which consolidated over 30 different contracts under 1 umbrella. These “professional support services” include services and technologies around the Pentagon Defense Intelligence Agency’s mission, which includes support on the front lines, for defense planners, and for defense and national security policy makers. These winners can compete for individual jobs around the globe under a 5-year, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity umbrella contract, which runs until July 15/17. This lets the Pentagon quickly augment, reassign, or wind down individual efforts. Winners included: * BAE in Mclean, VA (HHM402-12-D-0007) * Booz Allen Hamilton in Mclean, VA (HHM402-12-D-0008) * Buffalo Group in Reston, VA (HHM402-12-D-0009) * CACI, Chantilly in VA (HHM402-12-D-0010) * CTC in Johnstown, PA (Not Virginia! HHM402-12-D-0011) * Cyberspace Solutions in Reston, VA (HHM402-12-D-0012) * L3 in Reston, VA (HHM402-12-D-0013) * Lockheed Martin in Alexandria, VA (HHM402-12-D-0014). See release. * Mission Essential Personnel in Chantilly, VA (HHM402-12-D-0015) * SAIC in Reston, VA (HHM402-12-D-0016) * Veritiss in Reston, VA (HHM402-12-D-0017) In a response to reports about “contracting out” intelligence analysis, the DIA had this to say about […]

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