Pragmatics gets biometrics support contract

National Ground Intelligence Center

The National Ground Intelligence Center has awarded Pragmatics a one-year, $1.5 million for biometrics intelligence support contract.

Pragmatics, an information technology solutions provider, will support the Biometric Intelligence Resource Program Management Office at NGIC.

The center is the designated repository for Defense Department biometric-related intelligence, and is under the Army Intelligence and Security Command.

The work was awarded under ENCORE, a multiple-award contract vehicle managed by the Defense Information Systems Agency and open to all federal agencies.


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