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TripleCyber Wins $249M NGA ‘Defender’ Cybersecurity Support Contract

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has awarded TripleCyber a potential $249 million contract to provide cybersecurity support services to help NGA protect and defend its data and information systems.

NGA competed the Defender contract as a total small business set-aside program, according to an award notice published Monday.

Under the Defender contract, the vendor will provide strategic risk management support to the agency’s chief information security officer to mitigate cyberattacks to NGA, according to the program’s synopsis.

The scope of work includes cybersecurity risk management, automation and optimization, computer network exploitation, cybersecurity integration, cross-domain governance, cyber supply chain risk management and cybersecurity software assurance.

The contract has a six-month base term, seven option years, a six-month option period and another option term of half a year to extend services.

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