DIA intel contract won by McDonald Bradley

The Defense Intelligence Agency has awarded McDonald Bradley Inc. a contract to work on a project aiming to improve intelligence data sharing and management across intelligence communities and the Defense Department.

Under a $2.8 million contract, McDonald Bradley of Herndon, Va., will use a service-oriented architecture to construct a prototype for the DOD Intelligence Information Systems Content Management Data Layer project.

McDonald Bradley will deliver a design for a physical data layer that will encompass a data reference model, an enterprise content management strategy and architecture and an enterprise content management prototype.

'This project will create a virtual document repository that allows information to be created, managed, accessed and destroyed in an orderly, timely and predictable manner,' said Kenneth Bartee, McDonald Bradley's president and CEO.

Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Federal Computer Week.

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