The US Defense Intelligence Agency is managing the maximum $6.6 billion, multiple-award Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise (SITE) contract, on behalf of a number of agencies in the USA. The goal is a single umbrella contract, whose terms support the USA’s global intelligence and Command-and-Control needs. The contract will serve The DIA and other agencies within and beyond the US Department of Defense who have intelligence missions, or use C2 (Command & Control) and DoD intelligence systems. That includes US national command authorities, all branches of America’s armed forces, Combatant Commands, Joint Reserve Intelligence Program, and others.
SITE has some similarities with other umbrella I.T. contracts within the US Department of Defense, and some unique features…
Navmar Applied Sciences Corp. in Warminster, PA is not the only firm to win “Laser Radar” related contracts, nor are they the only firm to invest in LADAR for various uses. But they have received a series of contracts dating back from 2000, and collectively worth over $240 million, in order to develop the technology into deployed systems.
Navmar’s contracts have been issued under the auspices of the US Navy’s Small Business Innovation Research program, under SBIR Solicitation Topics N92-170 (Laser Detection and Ranging Identification Demonstration) and N94-178 (Air Deployable Expendable Multi-parameter Environmental Probe).