Northrop Grumman Inks $1.1 Billion DHS Follow-on

Northrop Grumman (NYSE:NOC) booked a follow-on task order worth a potential $1.1 billion from the GSA to oversee classified networks for the Department of Homeland Security.

According to the firm, “the Enterprise Networked Services Support task order, which allows secure information sharing among federal government agencies and first responders nationwide, is a single award under the Alliant indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract.”

The contract carries a one-year base term and six, one-year options.

“Fundamental to achieving the Department of Homeland Security’s mission of communicating effectively within the department and among its partners around the nation is the capability to share critical national security information at the appropriate level of classification to initiate immediate action, ” said Jim Myers, vice president and general manager for Northrop Grumman’s Civil Systems Division. “Our cutting-edge solution and industry-leading team will incorporate green IT best practices to benefit the department and support the federal Chief Information Officer Council’s Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative through a reduced energy and data center footprint.”

Check Also

Adriane Brown

Axon Names Former Intellectual Ventures President Adriane Brown as Board Member

Adriane Brown, former president of Intellectual Ventures and a venture partner at Flying Fish Partners, has joined the board of directors of law enforcement technology provider Axon (Nasdaq: AAXN).

Nand Mulchandani

Nand Mulchandani Named Acting JAIC Director; Lt. Gen. Jack Shanahan Quoted

Nand Mulchandani, chief technology officer at the Department of Defense’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center, has been appointed director of JAIC on an interim basis.