ICF to Provide Cybersecurity Support Under Potential $802M Navy Contract; Baris Yener Quoted

Jeff Brody
Baris Yener

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 23, 2019 — ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI) has received a three-year, $330M U.S. Navy contract to provide cybersecurity support, including technical services and vulnerability assessments, to the Navy Information Warfare Center Pacific, ExecutiveBiz reported July 12.

The value of the contract could reach approximately $802M over seven years if the Navy exercises a pair of two-year options on the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the company said July 11.

This award from the Navy, which also involves cybersecurity research and development, training, operational support and rapid prototyping, will place ICF under contract with three national armed services, including its 2018 contract with Air Combat Command of the U.S. Air Force and its work supplying cyber services to the Army Research Laboratory over more than two decades.

"The Navy win is a natural extension of our overall growth strategy: to extend ICF’s cyber and resilience capabilities from our work with ARL and ACC to additional defense clients," said Baris Yener, senior vice president for cyber and enterprise resilience business development at ICF.

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