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ECS Receives $154M Navy Contract to Help Modernize Public Safety Network

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ECS Receives $154M Navy Contract to Help Modernize Public Safety Network

The U.S. Navy has awarded ECS a potential five-year, $154 million contract for infrastructure engineering services.

Under the contract, ECS will work with Commander, Navy Installations Command IT services branch N61 to continue modernizing the service’s public safety network, which enables CNIC mission operations systems worldwide. Specifically, the contractor will provide IT governance and network services that focus on cybersecurity, wide-area network transport engineering, systems deployment, IT lifecycle management and software development, among other IT tasks.

PSNet supports Navy missions like first response emergency management and communications and enterprise building and utility control, ECS said Tuesday.

In mid-March, the same company received from the Defense Manpower Data Center a five-year, $19 million contract for digital transformation services. Under the deal, ECS was tasked to improve DMDC’s services, which include information maintenance and personal information custody.

In November 2022, the company won a five-year, $430 million U.S. Army Cyber Command contract for Army Endpoint Security Solution support.

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