Analygence-Managed JV Books $140M Air Force Cyber Support Task Order

The U.S. Air Force has selected a joint venture between Analygence and The Kenjya-Trusant Group to deliver a range of services to the Air Combat Command under a $140 million task order.

The Cyber Engineering & Technical Alliance JV will support ACC missions in the air, space and cyber domains over a base period with four option years, Analygence said Tuesday.

CETA support in the areas of knowledge, information warfare, information systems, communications and administrative operations is expected to help ACC in organizing, training and equipping airmen to boost the Air Force’s combat power.

“This strategic task order win further expands our cyber capabilities in Defensive Cyber Operations and Offensive Cyber Operations,” said Lonnie Parker, CEO of Analygence and managing director of CETA JV.

Analygence, a cyber company, serves as a managing member of its joint venture with KTG, a management consulting small business. CETA was formed under a Small Business Administration mentor-protege program participated by both of the companies.

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