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Northrop Grumman Latest Firm on DOJ IT Project

Northrop Grumman (NYSE:NOC) won a spot on the Department of Justice’s ID/IQ contract for IT solutions.

The work will continue to modernize and secure the department’s information systems while delivering more cost-effective and efficient IT operations.

According to the firm, “Northrop Grumman is one of 20 companies selected to compete for task order awards under the Information Technology Support Services-4 (ITSS-4) program, which has a collective ceiling of $1.1 billion. Work will be conducted over a six-month base period and six one-year option periods. The scope of the program includes a range of tasks and processes related to cybersecurity, mission support, and enterprise application services and technology.”

“Northrop Grumman is a leading provider of certification and accreditation, and information systems security to the U.S. Department of the Justice and its component organizations, ” said Catherine Kuenzel, vice president of federal mission programs for Northrop Grumman’s Information Systems sector. “We look forward to the opportunity to provide expertise and technologies that will help meet the agency’s ongoing needs for secure and optimized IT services.”

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