FBI gives SAIC second half of Trilogy project

FBI gives SAIC second half of Trilogy project

Science Applications International Corp. received a $10 million contract from the FBI to carry out the second half of its $300 million Trilogy modernization plan.

Under the contract, the San Diego company will enhance the agency's legacy investigative applications and databases.

The Trilogy program is a three-year initiative to update user applications, data presentation and the FBI backbone network.

The plan calls for wide use of commercial products that work with the FBI's legacy systems.
Last month, the FBI awarded a $51 million contract to DynCorp of Reston, Va., to handle the preliminary components of the program.

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