Engility Holdings has been granted an $8 billion Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense Joint Enterprise Research Development Acquisition and Procurement Omnibus contract.
The 10-year contract, with a five-year option, will help the Department of Defense research, design and develop services for chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high yield explosives (CBRNE) defense systems and equipment.
Engility’s Senior Vice President of Defense and Security Group Scott Whatmough said the contract will further develop the firm's relationship with the DOD.
Engility is working on other projects with the DOD, including Joint Enterprise Omnibus Professional Engineering and Technical Support and Joint Enterprise Contracted Logistics and Service Support. It has also provided services focused on high-performance computing, cybersecurity, enterprise modernization and systems engineering to other U.S. government customers in the defense, civilian, intelligence and space sectors.