Science Applications International Corp. has been awarded a blanket purchase agreement by the Transportation Security Administration to continue performing operational testing and evaluation of TSA airport screening equipment and non-screening systems.
The BPA has an estimated value of $150 million.
“We continue to use our technology to support TSA’s mission of securing people and commerce in our nation’s airports,” said Bob Genter, president of SAIC’s Defense and Civilian Sector.
“SAIC’s cost-effective system evaluation capabilities support essential airport screening equipment used every day to protect travelers in the U.S., as well as non-screening systems that support critical DHS and TSA operations,” he said.
Under this agreement, SAIC will provide test planning, execution, data analysis and evaluation of passenger and baggage screening equipment.
Additionally, this BPA will ensure TSA continues to receive the support needed to validate the operational effectiveness, suitability and cyber resilience of systems used to protect the nation’s transportation of people and cargo.