Lockheed Secures Potential $347M Contract to Continue Support for DoD Cybercrime Center

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has received a potential five-year, $347 million contract from the General Services Administration to provide a range of technical, functional and managerial support services at the Defense Department‘s cybercrime center.

The contract covers Defense Cyber Crime Center services such as leadership and staffing for the DoD Collaborative Information Sharing Environment, Defense Computer Forensics Laboratory, Defense Cyber Crime Institute and Defense Cyber Crime Center–Analytical Group, Lockheed said Thursday.

The company added it will help the center investigate criminal and counterintelligence matters under the contract.

Lockheed has provided digital and multimedia forensics examination, analysis, development, test and evaluation, information technology and cyber analytical and intelligence services to DC3 since 2012.

DC3 offers cybersecurity support to the Department of Homeland Security, National Security Agency, FBI, Defense Security Service and U.S. Cyber Command.

The contract has one base year and up to four option years.

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