ECS Federal Wins $276M DHS Cyber Dashboard Task Order

ECS Federal won a potential six-year, $276M task order to help the Department of Homeland Security update a dashboard for the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program, G2Xchange ETC reported Tuesday.

The report said ECS beat out two contractors for the order DHS competed through the General Services Administration’s Alliant 2 governmentwide acquisition contract vehicle.

Work will involve development, engineering, implementation and operations support for the dashboard, which helps the government determine the cyber posture of agencies.

Kevin Cox, CDM program manager, told FCW in an interview the department aims to redesign the system to incorporate artificial intelligence and use data gathered through cybersecurity efforts.

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