Parsons wins C4CD USCYBERCOM contract

On February 22, Centreville, VA-based Parsons Corporation announced that the company was selected to provide command, control, communications, computers, and capabilities development (C4CD) to the U.S. Cyber Command (CYBERCOM). The one-year $21 million cost plus fixed-fee contract is a continuation of C4CD work that Parsons has provided to CYBERCOM since 2016 and was awarded by the General Services Administration (GSA).

“Parsons has assisted in the direction, synchronization, and coordination of full-spectrum cyberspace operations to defend and advance national interests since the Command’s inception,” said Mike Kushin, Parsons’ executive vice president of high consequence missions. “We’re honored to continue supporting CYBERCOM’s critical mission, and further propel cyber infrastructure toward full-spectrum military cyberspace operations that defend and neutralize ongoing threats.”

Technical support provided to CYBERCOM includes tool development, systems engineering, cyber security engineering and operations, exercise support, Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E), Information Technology (IT) solutions, IT lifecycle management, and professional services. Parsons’ cyber enterprise developers have the skills to automate access to targets – allowing operators to focus on their primary mission – and implement user-centric design that puts them in control.

Source: Parsons

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