The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) awarded General Dynamics [GD] a five-year $170 million task order to provide a range of cyber security services to defend intelligence networks and systems for DIA, Combatant Commands, and various military services, the company said Thursday.
The order is from the Enterprise Cyber Network Defense contract, which has a five-year ordering period and was awarded under DIA’s Enhanced Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise (E-SITE) multiple award indefinite delivery,indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle.
GD is set to provide several technical, functional, and managerial services. This includes cyber security engineering, incident detection and response, and threat fusion services. Contract work will occur within the Northeast, National Capitol, and Pacific regions of the U.S.; Norfolk, Va., Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; and multiple UK locations.
“General Dynamics Information Technology will continue to provide robust cyber defense to support the DIA’s enterprise, networks and security domains,” Bernie Guerry, senior vice president of GD Information Technology’s Intelligence Solutions division, said in a statement.