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KBRwyle receives $71M DHS cybersecurity services task order

KBR’s global government services business KBRwyle, has been awarded a $71 million task order to provide cybersecurity services for the Defense Health Agency (DHA).

The Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center (SSC) Atlantic awarded this three-year, cost-plus-fixed-fee task order under the SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-E) contract. KBRwyle has held a seat on SeaPort-E since 2005, according to the company.

KBRwyle will assist SSC Atlantic with its cybersecurity and risk management framework (RMF) initiatives and provide support to the DHA Assessment and Authorization (A&A) division, the company said in a statement.

Under this task order, KBRwyle will provide cybersecurity A&A support. This will include ensuring DHA IT is compliant with information assurance (IA) directives and processes; preparing and reviewing RMF packages, supporting IA test procedure standardization, and performing risk assessments.

KBRwyle will also carry out other health IT efforts, such as program management, security controls, privacy requirements, and warranty management support. It will also provide critical cybersecurity tools, and maintain and enhance DHA’s web-based platform for data management.

The work will be performed primarily at KBRwyle’s Charleston, South Carolina office as well as DHA’s headquarters in Falls Church, Virginia, and other locations throughout the U.S., says KBRwyle.

[Image courtesy: KBRwyle]

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