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The Missile Defense Agency awards Decisive Analytics cybersecurity compliance and risk management contract

The Missile Defense Agency (MDA) has awarded Decisive Analytics a $59.4 million contract to provide Cybersecurity Compliance and Risk Management (CCRM) under the Technical, Engineering, Advisory, and Management Support (TEAMS) acquisitions for a total period of performance of five years including options. The work under this contract will be performed in Colorado Springs, CO and Huntsville, AL.

DAC will support MDA’s Office of the CIO, Assessment and Risk Management Division, in providing innovative solutions to the implementation of the Risk Management Framework, and activities supporting MDA Cybersecurity initiatives.

Under this effort, DAC will be supporting MDA’s Cybersecurity Controls Validation Testing (CCVT) program, Cybersecurity Software Code Assessment program, Cybersecurity Risk Assessment (CRA) program, providing Cyber Range Operational Test and Evaluation operations and support, and supporting MDA’s Cyber Training, Education, and Leader Development program.

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