Parsons (NYSE: PSN) was awarded a potential five-year, $109 million contract to continue assisting the U.S. Cyber Command in its development of command, control, communications, computers and capabilities.
The Centreville, Virginia-headquartered defense contractor said Thursday the classified award covers work previously done as part of C4 Capabilities Development and C4CD Bridge contracts.
Support will run for a one-year base period and, if options are exercised, will continue for four more years.
Mike Kushin, president of defense and intelligence sector at Parsons, shared that the mission set of the J9 Acquisition and Technology Directorate will be the focus of the new award.
“Our unmatched technical talent and disruptive, warfighter-focused capabilities enhance mission effectiveness for CYBERCOM as they continue defending and advancing national security interests,” he said.
In late March, Parsons secured a $94 million contract to support CYBERCOM’s C4 technology development efforts.