SecuriGence will continue to provide multi-network support services to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s information technology directorate under a $93.8 million task order modification.
This award brings the cumulative face value of the MNSS task order from $177.5 million to $271.2 million and extends the company’s work performance until June 2024, the Department of Defense said Friday.
DARPA is obligating $43.5 million in fiscal 2022 and 2023 research and development funds at the time of award.
The MNSS task order is valued at $735 million over nine years, including the eight option years and was issued in 2021 under the General Services Administration’s Multiple Award Schedule contract.
Under the DARPA contract, SecuriGence provides IT, engineering and infrastructure services to support agency mission and research objectives.
SecuriGence is a veteran-owned small business in Leesburg, Virginia, that supports government customers in program areas such as cybersecurity, software engineering and cloud computing.