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Entegra to Help Engineer DoD Cyber Systems Under Potential $70M Contract

Jeff Brody

Entegra Systems has partnered with 16 other companies to engineer and secure cyber technology platforms for the Department of Defense under a potential five-year, $70M contract.

The industry team will also create data models to increase DoD's cyber knowledge as well as provide data science and cyber defense services, Entegra said Thursday.

The contract has a one-base period that commenced in September plus four one-year options.

Entegra's teammembers on the contract are:

  • CACI International's (NYSE: CACI) Next Century Corp. subsidiary
  • Centroid
  • Cyber Pack Ventures
  • George Street Services
  • GS Consulting
  • Kimmich Software Systems
  • Lufburrow & Company
  • Mosaic Technologies Group
  • OASIC Engineering
  • OPS Consulting
  • Parsons
  • Resolute Technologies
  • Strategic Mission Elements
  • Tiber Technologies
  • Varen Technologies
  • Zapata Technology

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