6 Contractors Win Spots on $460M Cybercom Mission Support IDIQ

cyberwarfareSix companies have won positions on a potential $460 million multiple-award contract to support defensive and offensive cyberspace missions of the U.S. Cyber Command over the next five years, Federal Times reported Monday.

Aaron Boyd writes the program is slated to run through May 19, 2021, and task orders encompass new and emerging technologies as well as all-source intelligence, research, development, testing, evaluation,  joint operation planning, training and business services for Cybercom.

The General Services Administration is the contracting activity and received 17 offers for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract through a solicitation the agency launched online in October.

Federal Times lists these companies as the winners on Cybercom’s operations support program:

  • Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH)
  • CACI International (NYSE: CACI)
  • KEYW Corp.
  • Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC)
  • Secure Mission Solutions
  • Vencore

Nextgov reported Monday that GSA released a notice of award stating the first task order under the vehicle was awarded to Vencore.

The potential $89.3 million order contains a one-year base period of performance and four option years, according to the notice obtained by Nextgov.

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