CACI International [CACI] has received a $36 million subcontract from Lockheed Martin [LMT] to provide cyber forensics and information technology solutions for the Defense Department’s Cyber Crime Center (DC3).

CACI said the subcontract, which has a base-year and four one-year options, represents new work and expands its cyber space solutions business.

"CACI’s ongoing investment in solutions for our cyber market segment continues to deliver results," Dan Allen, CACI’s president and CEO, said in a statement. "Our 2011 acquisition of cyber security solutions provider Paradigm Holdings, for example, was instrumental in helping CACI secure this subcontract with Lockheed Martin and the Defense Cyber Crime Center."

Lockheed Martin nabbed the potential $454 million prime contract to support DC3 in May.

CACI will provide Lockheed Martin and DoD with qualified computer and audio-visual forensic experts and software engineers to research and design forensic tools, improve information technology enterprise support, and enhance cyber counter-intelligence analysis.

The DC3 sets standards for digital evidence processing and analysis for any DoD investigation that requires computer forensic support to detect, enhance, or recover digital media, including audio and video. It is also the focal point for cyber threat sharing with defense industry partners in the Defense Industrial Base Cyber Security Information Assurance Program.