Award reflects continued strong performance and collaboration with Intelligence community to support warfighters and their leadership
CHANTILLY, Va. — (BUSINESS WIRE) — June 29, 2016 — Engility Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: EGL), today announced it has been awarded a $24 million contract to support the U.S. Army’s Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities (TENCAP) program. TENCAP provides Army commanders with actionable intelligence information gathered around the world.
Work under this recompete, firm fixed price award will allow the company to continue more than 25 years of engineering support for this customer and the mission. The contract has an 8-month base plus four option years and was awarded in the second quarter of this year.
Engility has maintained regular contact and interactions throughout the Intelligence Community (IC) under the TENCAP “outreach” program as part of its contractual requirements with the Army. These IC components include Army G2, the National Reconnaissance Office, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency. Through continuous collaboration with these agencies, Engility and the TENCAP program convey Army requirements and develop intelligence support that meet the warfighters’ needs.
“Our systems engineering knowledge, combined with insight into advanced science and technology and research and development initiatives within the Intelligence Community, has produced real-time cooperative data exchanges across the network of intelligence disciplines,” said Engility CEO Lynn Dugle. “As a result, we have been able to produce an abundance of courses of action for warfighter situational awareness.”
“We are very proud to continue supporting this vital mission,” Dugle added.
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