Two NoVa companies receive $1.5B DOD tech contract
SPA, ANSER to work on contract through Sept. 2028
Two Northern Virginia-based federal contractors have received a five-year contract valued up to $1.5 billion to provide analytic and technical support services to the Department of Defense’s administrative and management organization.
Falls Church-based Analytic Services, known as ANSER, and Alexandria-based Systems Planning & Analysis, known as SPA, will provide acquisition and sustainment, portfolio management, engineering and agile methodologies, policy analysis; business and financial support; international programs and security, legislative support, data governance and technical support to the DoD’s Washington Headquarters Service. Work will be performed at the Pentagon as well as other sites within the Washington, D.C., region. The Pentagon announced the award Sept. 15.
“This contract reaffirms ANSER’s commitment to advancing the mission-critical goals of the DoD,” Tony Francis, ANSER’s vice president of marketing and business development, said in a statement. “We take great pride in bringing our expertise to diverse critical functions, such as legislative and policy analysis, capability portfolio management and data science support, all dedicated to fortifying our nation’s security and defense efforts.”
ANSER was founded in 1958 as a research institute and nonprofit focused on national and homeland security. SPA provides strategic advising, systems engineering, modeling and simulation, advanced analytics, industrial policy and program management solutions to government and defense customers in the United States as well as to its allies. SPA announced earlier this month that it acquired Florida aerospace engineering company PRKK. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.