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TASC  has won an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the United States Government’s Omnibus Network Enterprise (USG ONE), to provide a range of engineering and communications services supporting U.S. government agencies.  The one-year contract has four option years and a potential value of $476 million for all awardees.

Under the USG ONE contract, TASC is one of nine companies that will be allowed to bid on individual task orders to deliver support services in areas such as systems engineering, information assurance, security, test and evaluation, enterprise architecture and program management.  Eighteen companies have joined the TASC subcontractor team.

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