Concurrent Technologies Corp. has landed two defense contracts, including one that puts it among a small number of contractors that will be able to compete for up to $5.6 billion in work.
“We call that one a hunting license,” CTC Executive Director Randy Weaver said of the multiyear, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity award from the Defense Intelligence Agency.
“It allows us to compete ... for a lot of work.”
Twelve contractors across the globe, including CTC, will be able to bid on task orders from the agency to provide a broad scope of support services.
Weaver said CTC will be vying for intelligence analysis jobs and work in related technologies.
CTC President Edward Sheehan Jr. said the company proved itself on a 2008 Defense Intelligence Agency task order contract – “and we are honored to continue to support them.”
“This really is a large contract vehicle for us,” he said.
The Johnstown-based nonprofit also was one of two companies that landed an up to five-year contract to provide management, analytical and technical support to the deputy under secretary of defense for installations and environment.
The work could total up to $90 million for the companies, CTC officials said.
“This contract provides CTC the opportunity to influence programs that impact all of the military services,” Sheehan said.
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