SRA wins USAID contract

SRA International Inc. has won a $320 million contract from the U.S. Agency for International Development, according to industry sources.

SRA declined to confirm the award, but other sources said the company will replace Computer Sciences Corp. on the information technology infrastructure contract.

CSC had held the contract since 1998. The company bid to retain the contract when its expiration date approached, but lost to SRA, sources said.

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