FreeAlliance Wins Potential $80M Contract for USMC Cyber Support

Jeff Brody

FreeAlliance has won a potential five-year, $79.6M contract to provide support services to the U.S. Marine Corps Cyberspace Operations Group.

Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific received five offers for the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract with a $15.3M base value, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

USMC will obligate an initial amount of $1M from its fiscal 2020 operations and maintenance funds.

Contract work will take place in Quantico, Va., and could extend through Oct. 31, 2024, if the service branch exercises all options.

McLean, Va.-based FreeAlliance offers information technology infrastructure and security, administrative, staffing, enterprise content management, application development and sustainment, consulting and training support services.

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