Technica wins $74M Air Force cyber vulnerability assessment contract
Technica Corporation of Dulles, VA announced on September 12 it has been awarded the Defensive Applications and Network Support (DANS) Task Order (TO) under the U.S. Air Force Network-Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS-2) Small Business (SB) contract. The order is worth up to $74 million and consolidates three separate contracts into one, including the Maintenance System Support (MSS) contract, the Defensive Cyber System Engineering (DCSE) contract, and the Defensive Cyber Information Assurance and Network Support (DCIANS) contract.
Under the order, Technica will help sustain and enhance the Cyberspace Vulnerability Assessment/Hunter (CVA/H) weapon system by providing advanced cybersecurity engineering, product solutions, cyber training, operational support, risk management framework (RMF) expertise, quality assurance and testing, and service desk support. The CVA/H weapon system is designed to identify vulnerabilities and provide a thorough risk assessment of vulnerabilities on mission critical networks.
“Technica is a leader in applying innovative engineering expertise to develop, deploy and support cyber solutions that not only defend the network, but also adapt to future threats,” said Miguel Collado, president and chief executive officer for Technica. “These capabilities give our team the right mix to support the transformation of the Air Force’s network and increase the CVA/H WS state of readiness and responsiveness to identify, pursue and mitigate all cyberspace threats.”