Army Selects SAIC in $800 Million Simulation and Systems Engineering Effort
The U.S. Army selected Reston, Virginia-based Science Applications International Corp. for a $800 million cost plus fixed-fee, single-award contract to provide engineering and professional support services to the Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, Aviation & Missile Center, Software, Simulation, Systems Engineering and Integration Directorate.
Under the contract, SAIC will supply systems-of-systems modeling and simulation support to all branches of the military, several program offices and other organizations for development and system advancement. The company will provide live, virtual and constructive modeling and simulation, data science, system-of-systems modeling and simulation architecture, system engineering, model-based systems engineering, battlespace effectiveness experimentation, missile defense and multi-domain operations system-of-systems, and combatant command modeling and simulation-based exercise, war-games and training. The work will be performed at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama; Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado; and the Pacific Warfare Center in Oahu, Hawaii.