MTS Advantage Wins Potential $100M Navy Cybersecurity Test Support IDIQ

Jeff Brody

MTS Advantage, a joint venture between Millennium Corp. and TIME Systems, has won a potential $99.9M contract to provide “red team” system vulnerability testing services to the U.S. Navy.

The performance-based contract has a $90.8M base value over five years and a six-month option that would extend the performance period through July 2026, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

Cost-plus-fixed-fee orders under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity award may cover services such as operational test support, information assurance, cybersecurity, program management and network infrastructure support.

Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic received four bids for the IDIQ through a competitive bidding process and the service branch will obligate $25K at the time of award.

Millennium and TIME Systems formed MTS Advantage through the Small Business Administration's mentor-protege program. The service-disabled veteran-owned JV is headquartered in Dumfries, Va., and offers information technology services in the cybersecurty, systems engineering and program management areas.

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