Bill Christman: ICF Extends Cyber R&D Support for Army Research Lab

ICF logo_EbizICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) has won a three-year, $50 million contract to continue providing support services for a cyber technology research and development program at the Army Research Laboratory.

ARL aims to manage huge volumes of research data and help build tools for defense organizations to safeguard critical U.S. cyber infrastructures, ICF said Tuesday.

The company won the contract through a recompete under the Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 vehicle.

“ICF is pleased to continue to provide this valuable service to the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and to help research and develop next-generation tools and techniques that defend against the growing attacks on networks and data, ” said Bill Christman, an ICF vice president.

The company will perform analytical, system engineering and development, protection and sustainment work in the field of computer network defense through the agreement.

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