SealingTech Wins $168M Task Order to Provide USMC Cyber Defense Tools

Sealing Technologies has won a $168.5 million task order to help the U.S. Marine Corps implement a suite of tools designed for executing defensive cyber operations.

The veteran-owned company will develop self-contained defense cyber weapons systems for Marine Corps DCO teams to analyze vulnerabilities, map the cyber terrain and respond to incidents, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

Marine Corps Systems Command received five offers for the firm-fixed-price task order through the General Services Administration’s e-Buy portal.

Columbia, Maryland-based SealingTech will receive $24.5 million at the time of award and perform work through September 2027.

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