Technica Corp. wins $38M FBI contract
Sterling company to provide network engineering support
Sterling-based Technica Corp. announced Monday it has received a $38 million contract from the FBI to support the agency’s data, optical and communications networks over the next four-and-a-half years if all options are exercised.
The network services and engineering support task order was awarded from the FBI’s IT Supplies and Support Services contract for the Transport Services Technology Unit (TSTU), which has more than 42,000 users at four classification levels, according to Technica, which provides system engineering services to defense, intelligence, law enforcement and other federal agencies. Services for this contract will be provided at FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C., and the bureau’s new Huntsville, Alabama, campus.
“Technica has supported the FBI for more than 15 years in various critical engineering and network architecture roles, delivering essential innovation,” Technica President and CEO Miguel Collado said in a statement. “This award reinforces our commitment to the FBI’s intelligence-driven organization through low-risk, high-quality and innovative information services to establish efficient retrieval, sharing and use of information, securely enabling the FBI to protect America from criminal and terrorist threats.”