Strategic Alliance Solutions awarded potential $215M MDA contract
Three-year contract could be extended to 2030
Fairfax-based Strategic Alliance Solutions LLC has won a three-year contract from the Missile Defense Agency for a potential $215.59 million, the Department of Defense announced Monday.
The contract, which has a three-year base value of $51.42 million, covers warfighter operational integration advisory and assistance services. In fiscal year 2021, the company will receive $5,675,000 for research and development.
Various options to extend services are available through January 2030, the estimated completion date.
Strategic Alliance Solutions is a joint venture of Chantilly-based contractor BCF Solutions Inc., founded in 2003, and Strategic Alliance Business Group LLC, which has offices in Fairfax and Huntsville, Alabama.
“This was a very large, complicated proposal, and its success reflects a great team effort,” SABG CEO Keri Mungo said in a statement. “We are proud of SABG’s commitment to the warfighter and look forward to expanding those services through this contract.”
Work will take place in several states, including at Dahlgren and Fort Belvoir in Virginia.