DCCA Secures $139M DoD Intell Systems Support Contract; David Bower Quoted

Data Computer Corp. of America has received a potential five-year, $138.9M contract to support the signals intelligence and cyber platforms of an undisclosed Defense Department intelligence customer.

DCCA said Wednesday it will provide mission-critical DevOps modifications to suit an agile environment to support the DoD agency’s operations with the U.S. government and its allies.

Other services covered by the contract include software and hardware engineering, integration and testing, deployment support, cybersecurity functions and data analytics work.

David Bower, DCCA’s president and chief operating officer, said that supporting national security missions has always been a top priority for the company.

DCCA is a veteran-owned IT and engineering services firm based in Ellicott City, Md. that caters to the health, defense and federal sectors.

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