DISA awards contract for SOA support

The Defense Information Systems Agency has awarded a task order worth as much as $89 million to Computer Sciences Corp. for support of the Defense Department's Service-Oriented Architecture Foundation (SOAF) program.

The order, announced Dec. 17, calls for CSC to deliver SOAF support to multiple DOD agencies, services and combatant commanders in all echelons. CSC will develop, engineer, install, and operate classified and unclassified SOAF systems at multiple DISA locations domestically and overseas, with the possibility that DISA will order expansions that could include additional locations worldwide.

The task order covers two base years and has five one-year options. Funding falls under the Army's Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-2 Services contract, a $20-billion procurement package for products and services awarded to 11 contractors last year.

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