Stanley, a provider of systems integration and professional services to the US federal government, won two biometrics-related contracts in support of the US Army Intelligence Center Language Technology Office at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, including a two-year contract under the company's General Services Administration (GSA) Alliant contract vehicle, consisting of both time-and-materials and firm-fixed-price task orders worth approximately US$6.7 million, with the exercise of options, for information technology support services. The second award is a two-year, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract by the Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization, valued at $1.22 million with exercise of options for operational support.
Under the GSA award, Stanley will provide expertise for a broad range of programs related to the development of biometric and forensic-related applications, management, maintenance, and operation of government-owned network equipment. Stanley will continue the development of the Detainee Information Management System and the Multilingual Automated Registration System. These applications provide for the screening and enrollment of displaced persons, refugees and evacuees, detainees, and other persons of interest. Additionally, Stanley will provide support to the development of forensic applications and capabilities for all stages of the forensic process. Under the second award, Stanley will provide field support, network maintenance and documentation.
Kathy Debolt, Deputy US Army Training and Doctrine Command Capabilities Manager for Biometrics and Forensics, US Army Intelligence Center of Excellence, said, "Biometrics and forensics capabilities are a key component to winning the war on terrorism. These projects will provide powerful tools to help protect our war fighters in theater and provide security for the local governments. We're excited to have Stanley and their partner, SAIC, both leaders in advanced biometric technologies, working together on this task."