The Department of Homeland Security has awarded Palantir Technologies [PLTR] a potential $95.9 million contract to continue providing support to Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Investigative Case Management System (ICM).

HSI, a division of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, investigates transnational crime and threats. The ICM system is used across HSI to manage all case work, including investigative activities and prosecutions.

HIS combats human trafficking, disrupts and dismantles international gangs and drug trafficking organizations, protects intellectual property and disrupts international fraud, and has helped support sanctions against Russian oligarchs.

Palantir said its software was selected “for speed of delivery as well as the platform’s leading edge access controls and data protections to enforce critical security and privacy standards.”

Palantir has supported HSI since 2011.

“Every single day, HSI personnel use Palantir’s software to execute their mission of investigating and disrupting major criminal networks that threaten our national security and undermine our critical infrastructure,” Akash Jain, president of Palantir’s U.S. government business, said in a statement.