PAE Inc. announced it has retained its December indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity award for the Justice Department’s International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program and Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance and Training Worldwide Support Services. The Government Accountability Office has dismissed an award protest raised by the incumbent contractor earlier this month.
The contract builds on the growth PAE’s Global Mission Services team has brought to the organization in the recent years, said company President and CEO John Heller.
“We’ve built a reputation of consistency and dependability supporting U.S. government efforts to keep our nation safe across the world,” he said. “Our operations are ready to initiate the execution of the contract and begin the transition.”
Heller said the contract represents significant long-term growth to PAE’s revenue and backlog of work, with a period of performance of one base year and six 1-year option periods.
With a ceiling value of $400 million, the contract expands PAE’s reach in support of the Justice Department within the agency’s Criminal Division.