DigitalNet wins FBI contract

The FBI will pay DigitalNet Government Solutions up to $22 million to keep the Trilogy network running smoothly for three years.

Herndon, Va.-based DigitalNet will provide day-to-day tech support for 44 locations on the FBI's Trilogy network. The network, which is part of the bureau's modernization plan, was completed in March.

The IT Specialist Support contract includes a one base period through September, followed by two options of one year, and an option for 10 months.

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