SRA wins $47M DEA award

Drug Enforcement Agency officials have awarded an information technology services contract worth up to $46.8 million during five years to SRA International Inc.

The Firebird Infrastructure Technology Services contract, which is a performance-based vehicle, calls on SRA to serve as the systems integrator, providing services to support DEA officials modernizing the agency's IT infrastructure, according to company officials. The core DEA network supports more than 15,000 users.

SRA officials have assembled a team including Sabre Systems Inc., Subsystem Technologies Inc. and McDonald Bradley Inc.

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