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New Marine Corps intel contract for Engility
by Richard Tomkins
Chantilly, Va. (UPI) Oct 9, 2014

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U.S. Marine Corps intelligence information gathering and dissemination capabilities are to continue to receive support from Engility Holdings Inc.

The Virginia-headquartered company said its support for the Marine Corps' Director of Intelligence will come under a new $9.2 million award.

"Engility has worked with the Marine Corps intelligence program for 15 years, and this latest award reflects the outstanding work that our customer-focused team has been providing," said Engility President and Chief Executive Officer Tony Smeraglinolo. "We appreciate the DIRINT's confidence in our capabilities and look forward to supporting the Marine Corps' programs to manage and provide vital intelligence information to Marines around the world."

Under the award, Engility will provide program management, systems engineering, communications engineering, intelligence subject matter expertise, and Technology Innovation Division liaison assistance for the Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities Program.

DIRINT is responsible for intelligence and supporting Marine Corps operations by providing support in advanced geospatial, signals, human, and counterintelligence. It also guides policy, plans, programming, budgets, and staff supervision.

In the past, Engility has provided DIRINT technical engineering, training coordination and subject matter expertise.


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