Reston-based defense contractors win spots on $800M Army contract
General Dynamics, SAIC, NCI Information Systems to support Information Systems Engineering Command
Three Reston-based companies won spots on a potential three-year, $800 million U.S. Army contract to support the branch’s Information Systems Engineering Command (USAISEC), the Department of Defense announced Monday.
Fortune 100 defense contractor General Dynamics Corp., NCI Information Systems Inc. and Fortune 500 defense contractor Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) will compete for orders under the contract to help USAISEC carry out its mission, according to the DOD. The USAISEC provides engineering and associated information technology support at Army posts, camps, and stations, interconnection between installations and extension to deployed forces, according to the Army.
The Army Contracting Command received 11 bids for the contract.
Work locations and funding will be determined with each order and the contract is expected to be completed by Oct. 4, 2023.
General Dynamics has a global workforce of more than 100,000 employees and generated $39.4 billion in 2019 revenue, while NCI Information Systems reported more than $268 million in revenue and employs more than 1,000 people. SAIC employs more than 25,000 people and has pro forma annual revenues of $7.1 billion.