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Parsons Secures $109M CYBERCOM C4 Capabilities Support Contract

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Parsons Secures $109M CYBERCOM C4 Capabilities Support Contract

The U.S. Cyber Command has awarded Parsons Corporation a potential five-year, $109 million classified contract to continue providing command, control, communications, computers and capabilities development services.

Mike Kushin, president of Parsons’ Defense and Intelligence sector, said the contract allows the company to continue supporting the CYBERCOM J9 Acquisition and Technology Directorate mission set. He stated that the company’s capabilities enhance the combatant command’s ability to defend and advance national security interests.

The contract has a one-year base period and four one-year options, Parsons said Thursday.

The award comes after Parsons secured a potential five-year, $94 million C4CD contract from CYBERCOM in March. Under the $94 million contract, Parsons was tasked to deliver full-spectrum cyber capabilities to the J6 C4 Systems and Chief Information Officer Directorate mission.

The company is also performing cybersecurity tasks for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency under a potential five-year, $170 million task order, awarded through the Assessment, Exercises, Modeling and Simulation Support indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. Work for the DTRA includes vulnerability assessments, technical support and design reviews.

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