System High wins DARPA SID contract
On January 6, Chantilly, VA-based System High Corporation announced that it was awarded a five-year contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to provide multisecurity services for the nation’s premier innovation engine responsible for developing and delivering breakthrough technologies critical to assuring U.S. technical dominance and overmatch.
Under this contract, System High will continue to bring critical expertise, innovative tools, and transformational protection methodologies to help preserve the technological superiority of the U.S. military and ensuring protection measures are in place from inception through development to transition, the company said.
“The mission partnership forged between DARPA SID and System High since 2012 has produced several novel advancements in security policies, enhanced methodologies and tools. As the threats continue to evolve at a rapid pace, this innovative mindset is necessary for DARPA to continue delivering uncompromised, game-changing capabilities to the warfighter,” said Rob Howe, System High’s president and CEO. “Our team is honored to be awarded this contract for the third consecutive time, allowing future collaboration to preserve DARPA’s critical mission that is essential in reinforcing our National Security.”
Work awarded under DARPA Program Security Services contract will be performed in Arlington, VA and other locations where mission support requires.
Source: System High
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