QinetiQ US secures Secretary of Defense Strategic Capabilities Office contract
On October 3, McLean, VA-based QinetiQ US announced that it has been awarded a $126.5 million, 5-year, hybrid firm-fixed-price contract to provide technical, professional, and administrative support services to the Office of the Secretary of Defense Strategic Capabilities Office (SCO).
This award builds upon our existing work within SCO and supports SCO’s mission to analyze and accelerate the development, demonstration, and transition of capabilities to counter strategic adversaries and improve the United States security posture in peacetime, crisis, and conflict. This contract award further emphasizes QinetiQ US’ commitment to being a premier provider of mission-focused support from the Pentagon to the edge.
“We are excited to continue delivering mission led innovative solutions through our partnership with SCO,” said Shawn Purvis, president, and CEO of QinetiQ US. “Being trusted to support critical missions that impact the warfighter is not something we take lightly, and we are committed to providing secure, technologically advanced services and products that will enable them to deploy new and enhanced capabilities to protect our nation’s vital interests.”
“Our team is proud to continue our partnership in supporting SCO’s critical mission support to solving some of the toughest problems facing our national security,” said Stephen Iwicki, executive vice president, Defense Technologies and Solutions Business Unit, QinetiQ US.
Source: QinetiQ US
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