Huntington Ingalls Industries has won the Decisive Mission Actions and Technology Services task order under the General Services Administration One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services multiple-award contract vehicle.
This task order has a ceiling value of $826 million with performance of a 1-year base period and four 1-year option periods.
“Advancing U.S. national security is HII’s highest priority,” said Andy Green, president of HII’s Mission Technologies division. “We are proud to partner with the Department of Defense and its mission partners to deliver critical integrated technology services to counter and deter current and emerging global threats.”
Support under this task order includes technology, development, integration, collaboration and sustainment. It also includes threat and specialized analysis and analytics support, as well as operations integration and operational effects support.
As part of this work, HII’s Mission Technologies division will support all Defense Department service components, component research labs, components of the DOD Fourth Estate, national intelligence agencies and combatant commands.
“The award of this task order further accelerates HII’s ability to support DOD in developing the next generation of technology innovation,” said Garry Schwartz, president of HII’s C5ISR business group. “We look forward to providing the department integrated services to solve the most challenging security threats facing our nation.”