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Science Applications International Corp. has won an $889 million contract from the Federal Systems Integration and Management Center to develop and implement the One IT program for the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency. 

The project aims to modernize DCSA’s IT systems and enhance their efficiency and effectiveness. One IT will provide a highly secure and adaptable IT infrastructure, customer support, and state-of-the-art technologies to create a more streamlined and cohesive organization.

SAIC’s work will include planning and systems architecture development; digital, network, database, and storage engineering; service desk support; cybersecurity; and IT application development and sustainment. 

SAIC will also help DCSA meet centralized IT solution requirements for the National Industrial Security Programs and the National Industrial Security Systems applications. 

Michael LaRouche, president for the national security and space sector at SAIC, said the company is looking forward to advancing support for user communities and delivering network availability.

The contract has a base year and four one-year extension periods, SAIC said.