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DCCA Secures Defense Information Systems Agency Contract to Support C2 Portfolio

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DCCA Secures Defense Information Systems Agency Contract to Support C2 Portfolio

Veteran-owned information technology services company Data Computer Corp. of America has announced a potential five-year, $37 million task order to support the Defense Information Security Agency’s command and control portfolio capabilities.

DISA aims to strengthen its C2 infrastructure through cybersecurity, software engineering and testing support, DCCA said Wednesday.

David Bower, DCCA’s president and chief operating officer, said the company’s efforts will benefit over 7,000 civilians and military employees, whose responsibilities include assuring information-sharing capabilities and maintaining a global enterprise information infrastructure for C2.

The award adds to the company’s rich business history with the Department of Defense, Bower added.

Based in Ellicott City, Maryland, DCCA said its defense sector knowledge and commitment to excellence will position it as a trusted partner for DISA’s C2 portfolio.

News of the award comes after DISA posted a notice to identify small businesses that can provide software development and sustainment support for the Joint Interoperability of Tactical Command and Control Systems program.

In 2023, the agency opened a cyber operations facility at Hill Air Force Base in Utah to facilitate C2 modernization efforts.

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