September 24, 2008

TAIC Wins $500m US Defense Contract

US-based IT and professional services company Technology Associates International Corporation (TAIC) has won a 10 year $500m contract from the US Marine Corps Systems Command for Commercial Enterprise Omnibus Support Services (CEOss) in the specialty engineering services domain.

Under the contract, TAIC will support the Marine Corps Systems Command in all aspects of acquisition, engineering, logistics, and technology. The contract will serve approximately 1,300 government customers across 24 technical offices.

The company has been providing program management, engineering, information assurance, Counter Improvised Explosive Device (CIED) assessment and analysis, acquisition logistics, and budget/financial management services to the US Marine Corps since 2004.

TAIC will lead a team of 18 subcontractors, including Northrop Grumman, BAE Systems, EG&G, and Booz Allen Hamilton. The majority of the work will be undertaken from its Stafford, Virginia, offices and on-site at the customer's Quantico, Virginia, facilities.

Walt T. Oleski, president and chief executive at TAIC, said: "Technology Associates is honored to support Marine Corps Systems Command and its critical programs improving the security of the American warfighter. The team assembled in support of this vital mission emphasizes the quality of our employees and the resources they bring to bear."