Lockheed wins $4.6 billion DISA networks contract


Lockheed Martin Corp. has won a multi-billion contract to support the Defense Information Systems Network, beating out incumbent Science Applications International Corp.

The contract, to provide daily operations and sustainment of the Defense Department’s global data network, has a ceiling of $4.6 billion over seven years — three base years and two two-year option years.

Lockheed is teaming with AT&T, ACS, Serco, BAE Systems, ManTech and others.

“As information is produced and consumed at speeds and volumes that were once unimaginable, our warfighters need an enterprise architecture that can be quickly adapted and enhanced for new technologies while effectively managing costs,” Gerry Fasano, president of Lockheed’s Information Systems & Global Solutions division for defense, said in a statement.


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