Military Selects 14 Providers for $2.4B Nationwide Cyber Array Help Deal

Fourteen firms have won places on a prospective 10-year, $2.41 billion agreement to support the U.S. Army run, modernize and secure a network of authorities-controlled services for web hosting significant-scale military services cyber mission drive situations.

Contractors will contend for unique orders to offer event organizing and execution, web site stability, info engineering and modernization and operations support to the Nationwide Cyber Variety Complex, the Division of Protection explained Tuesday.

Military Contracting Command gained 29 bids for the price tag-additionally-fastened-fee and purchase-dependent contract and expects perform to conclude by July 26, 2031.

The awardees are:

  • Advert Hoc Study
  • Axiologic Answers
  • BAE Units
  • Boeing (NYSE: BA)
  • Command Submit Systems
  • DigiFlight
  • Dignitas Technologies
  • ISYS Systems
  • Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT)
  • Scientific Investigation
  • Sealing Technologies
  • Sentar
  • The MIL Corp.
  • X Technologies


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