The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded Schafer a three-year task order to provide the agency’s Information Innovation Office with scientific, engineering and technical assistance.
The company said Jun. 25 it was tasked to support DARPA I2O’s research and development work in the fields of cyber, computing and analytics.
According to Wesley Blankinship, Schafer senior vice president for government services, the award continues the company’s existing SETA support for DARPA in data analytics and cybersecurity.
Schafer said its partnership with DARPA spans 26 years.
The task order was awarded through the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command‘s SeaPort-e vehicle.