SAIC Wins $737M Air Force Contract

Michael LaRouche, SAIC

Michael LaRouche, SAIC

Science Applications International Corp. announced it has won the U.S. Air Force Modeling and Simulation Support Services 2.0 contract.

The contract calls on SAIC to implement, integrate and develop modeling and simulation, training and analysis standards for the Air Force, the Defense Department and other organizations.

Released by General Service Administration FEDSIM on the GSA OASIS contract vehicle, the total potential value of the single-award contract has a ceiling of $737 million.

As part of this new work with the Air Force, SAIC will provide live virtual constructive simulations to prepare airmen and other users for real-life situations, said Michael LaRouche, executive vice president and general manager of SAIC’s National Security Customer Group. 

“By bringing exceptional experience and understanding of the complex DOD M&S operational environment, SAIC will support the Air Force’s transition to future warfighting capability like Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) for better battlespace awareness and decision-making across all domains,” he added.

SAIC is to work with the Air Force Agency for M&S and the M&S communities to bring innovative approaches to support efficient and secure global operations for the U.S. warfighter. Under AFMS3 2.0, SAIC will assist AFAMS in developing policies, architectures and standards to support emerging technologies, preparing warfighters for readiness in any domain.

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