Electrosoft lands $5.4M Defense Logistics Agency cybersecurity and IT solutions contract

Electrosoft has secured a $5.4 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency Information Operations (DLA J6). This three-year deal, with an initial performance period of one year plus two optional years, is a continuation of a contract first awarded in 2020.

The company’s role under this contract is to offer systems security engineering support, among other services, aimed at fostering the agency’s digital transformation.

DLA J62’s mission includes overseeing and standardizing management policies and procedures for new systems. Electrosoft’s responsibilities under the contract encompass providing program management support services to aid J62 in realizing its systems engineering and configuration management objectives in accordance with DLA CIO and IT governance structure.

In addition to system engineering and enterprise configuration management support, the IT firm will also supply cybersecurity, IT modernization, and digital transformation services. They will also offer Agile and DevSecOps support to ensure the implementation of best practices throughout DLA’s systems engineering, technical management processes, and acquisition lifecycle.

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