Noblis, Inc. today announced it has received a five-year, $263 million prime contract from the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) to advance implementation of the Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR) Program.
Under the contract, Noblis will implement a technology-based approach to deliver premiere advisory services that will advance the CTR Program’s mission to work cooperatively with partners and allies to reduce or eliminate weapons of mass destruction (WMD) threats and related materials, technologies, facilities and expertise.
“Noblis has built a strong and diverse team, including large businesses Sawdey Solutions Services, Amyx and Merrick & Company as well as small businesses Red Gate, RMantra Solutions Inc (RMantras), BB&E, TechInt Solutions, The PMC Group, Lunatek, Seventh Sense Consulting and Quantitative Scientific Solutions to help drive this priority,” said Glenn Hickok, vice president Noblis’ Defense Mission Area. “We look forward to working together alongside the CTR team to help advance their critical mission and protect our nation.”
The Cooperative Threat Reduction Directorate prevents the proliferation or use of weapons of mass destruction by working with partner nations to secure, eliminate, detect and interdict WMD-related systems and materials.
The following DTRA organizational elements participate in CTR program execution and are expected to require support under this contract: DTRA Director and Deputy Director, CTR Program Integration Department, the CTR Biological Threat Reduction Department, the CTR Security & Elimination Department (made up of the Chemical Security & Elimination Program, the Global Nuclear Security Program, and the Strategic Offensive Arms Elimination Program, the CTR Proliferation Prevention Department, the Defense Threat Reduction Offices/Cooperative Engagement Offices, the DTRA On-Site Inspection and Building Capacity Directorate, the Cooperative Threat Reduction Policy Office, and the Threat Reduction Engagement Program.