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ICF to Support Army Cyber Defense R&D Efforts Under Potential $93M Contract

ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI) has secured a potential $93 million contract to help the Army Research Laboratory explore cybersecurity methods and tools for computer network defense.

The company said Tuesday it will conduct onsite and remote security reviews for ARL and and subscribers as part of the contract, as well as help align the lab’s policy, compliance and assessment functions.

“We are proud to work with ARL to guard against current and emerging threats to its information systems and technology infrastructure, and excited to contribute to the state of cyber research and development,” said Samuel Visner, senior vice president for cybersecurity and resilience at ICF.

“As partners for over two decades, we look forward to continuing our support of ARL in developing new concepts and researching, testing and applying new technologies to our nation’s defense,” said Bill Christman, vice president at ICF.

The company will also support basic and applied research efforts under ARL’s Cybersecurity Service Provider program and work with the information assurance management office that establishes policy for the lab.

ARL conducts R&D and engineering programs with the goal to build technology for the U.S. Army to address challenges in operating environments.

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