Engility has won a contract from the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s (DTRA) Nuclear Enterprise Support Ditectorate for consulting in issues of nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction. The contract, which has a one year period of performance and four option years, is a recompete of existing work and carries an estimated value of $35 million.

The contract includes providing modelling and simulation, exercises for countering nuclear systems and weapons of mass destruction and highly specialised subject matter expertise. Engility will also perform nuclear safety, surety, security, accountability and reliability activities; mission assurance assessments; training; information technology services; and acquisition and programme management support.


“Over the past four decades, DTRA has relied on our team’s expertise to support their vital mission of protecting the US from weapons of mass destruction,” Engility CEO, Lynn Dugle, commented. “This contract solidifies Engility’s work in helping the agency execute our nation’s nuclear strategies.” (Photo: Engility Holdings)

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