Defense agency awards contract for terrorist watch list

The Defense Intelligence Agency's Joint Intelligence Task Force for Combating Terrorism has awarded a one-year contract worth $2.3 million to a Fairfax, Va., company for intelligence analysis.

Under the terms of the contract, The Analysis Corp. will provide experienced analysts to review and analyze Defense Department information for inclusion in the government's terrorist watch list. The company already has begun work under the contract.

'For over 15 years, TAC has been dedicated to aiding our government in the fight against terrorism. We look forward to using our strong watch-listing and counterterrorism expertise to help the DIA succeed in this critical mission,' said Jerry Robinson, the company's president and CEO.


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