NIWC Atlantic Taps GRSi For Cyber Systems Engineering Services
The Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic has awarded GRSi a five-year contract to provide cyber systems engineering services in support of Fleet Cyber Command and U.S. Cyber Command.
The Navy awarded the new cyber integrated product team task through Seaport-O: Cyber Mission Engineering unrestricted competition, GRSi said Tuesday.
“We're proud and appreciative of the confidence NIWC has in our expertise and capabilities with this mission-critical cyber domain operation,” said Kelly Baldwin, vice president of defense programs and general manager of NIWC operations at GRSi.
GRSi will provide cyber domain services for cloud computing technologies, mitigation, transition and planning support for cyber technologies.
To accomplish the task, GRSi will take advantage of its cyber engineering toolsets, GRSi-SandBoxes, models and its cyber center of excellence capabilities.
The company said it delivers next-generation systems engineering, cybersecurity, technology insertion and best practice-based enterprise operations management across the civilian, defense and intelligence communities.
“We look forward to impactful contributions across the programs and systems that support and enable our warfighters, who are always our number one focus,” Baldwin added.
GRSi is a professional services company headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland. The company's areas of expertise include Agile transformation, cloud development, data and analytics, DevSecOps, logistics lifecycle management. security, enterprise-edge information technology management and consulting.
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