Engility Holdings wins $60M contract to support USAID training Engility Holdings announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary IRG has been awarded a $60M single-award contract to provide training to enhance the ability of U.S. Agency for International Development staff to design, implement and monitor development activities around the world. The contract, a single-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity vehicle with a base period plus four option years, will be managed by USAID's Office of Human Resources/Training and Education Division. This re-compete win is a follow-on contract to the existing Project/Program Management Training IQC, which Engility has managed for nine years.
Engility Holdings wins $23M contract Engility Holdings announced it has been awarded a $23M contract to provide engineering and analytical support to help the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Federal Aviation Administration implement the Next Generation Air Traffic Control System. This task order award represents a combination of new and recompete work, and is a cost plus fixed fee contract with a 38-month period of performance.