Noblis lands $263M Defense contract
Reston contractor will support mission of reducing or eliminating WMDs
Reston-based not-for-profit federal contractor Noblis has won a five-year, $263 million contract from the Department of Defense’s Defense Threat Reduction Agency to implement the Cooperative Threat Reduction program, the company announced Tuesday.
Under the contract, Noblis will deliver advisory services that will advance the CTR program’s mission to work cooperatively with partners and allies to reduce or eliminate weapons of mass destruction or threats and related materials, technologies, facilities and expertise.
“Noblis has built a strong and diverse team, including large businesses Sawdey Solutions Services, Amyx and Merrick & Co., as well as small businesses Red Gate, RMantra Solutions Inc., BB&E, TechInt Solutions, The PMC Group, Lunatek, Seventh Sense Consulting and Quantitative Scientific Solutions to help drive this priority,” Glenn Hickok, vice president of Noblis’ Defense Mission Area, said in a statement. “We look forward to working together alongside the CTR team to help advance their critical mission and protect our nation.”
DTRA, founded in 1998, enables the Department of Defense, the U.S. government and international partners to counter and deter weapons of mass destruction and emerging threats. Noblis purchased McKean Defense Group in April for an undisclosed amount and rebranded the subsidiary as Noblis MSD (mission solutions for defense) in July.