EL SEGUNDO, Calif., June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) has awarded Wyle one of nine indefinite-quantity multiple award contracts covering Software, Networks, Information and Modeling and Simulation (SNIM) with a maximum value of $2 billion over the next five years.
SNIM serves as an efficient contracting vehicle to quickly get information assurance, software data and analysis, modeling and simulation, knowledge management and information sharing services into the hands of DOD components, other Government agencies, industry and academia.
The vehicle provides a unique and symbiotic relationship for both customers and the science and technology community. Customers fund Technical Area Tasks, which yield new Scientific and Technical Information. Under SNIM, all newly created Scientific and Technical Information will be added to one of three Information Analysis Centers (IACs).
Information Analysis Centers improve the productivity of researchers, engineers, and program managers in the research, development and acquisition communities by collecting, analyzing, processing, and disseminating worldwide scientific and technical information in their technical field of excellence.
Wyle is a leading provider of engineering and information technology services to the federal government including information technology security, cutting edge cyber-security solutions, innovative and effective IT consolidation, telecommunications, computer network defense systems integration, software development and analysis, and modeling and simulation.
Training and certification testing to meet federal Information Assurance requirements through its Information Assurance Academy, test and evaluation of networks, aircraft, weapon systems, and other government assets, as well as engineering services to the aerospace, defense, and nuclear power industries is also provided by the company.
The company also provides training and certification testing to meet federal information assurance requirements through its IA Academy, test and evaluation of networks, aircraft, weapon systems, and other government assets, as well as engineering services to the aerospace, defense, and nuclear power industries.