DCCA secures $272M IC agency contract

On April 9, Ellicott City, MD-based Data Computer Corporation of America (DCCA) announced that it was awarded a contract to provide classified, mission-critical engineering services to an Intelligence Community (IC) agency. The $272.6 million single-award contract has a five-year period of performance for support of processing large amounts of data, high-performance computing (HPC) and analytic systems engineering.

Under the terms of the contract, DCCA will implement and integrate machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled solutions, including providing systems engineering support with a specialization in HPC systems and associated network architectures. Additionally, DCCA will develop Zero Trust security solutions and Infrastructure Optimization for the agency’s cloud-based systems.

“We are excited to continue our partnership with the IC through this new contract, allowing us to continue making a positive impact to our national security,” said David Bower, president and chief executive officer of DCCA. “DCCA always evaluates the benefits of leveraging emerging technologies when developing mission-critical capabilities. We work to ensure we have the full complement of employees, partnerships, technologies, and processes to develop solutions to complex problems.”

Source: DCCA

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