“KBR announced today that it has been awarded a $216 million task order to provide cybersecurity services for the Defense Health Agency (DHA).”
“Under this task order, KBR will assist NIWC Atlantic with cybersecurity and risk management framework initiatives and provide support to the DHA Assessment and Authorization Division. DHA works closely with government agencies to deliver medical service to more than 9.4 million active duty personnel and their beneficiaries.”
“Supplying a broad spectrum of IT services, KBR’s work will include addressing independent validation and verification results, helping prepare an Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service authorization package, and supporting the implementation of federal IT security regulations, directives and guidance.”
“KBR will support all DoD Military Health System sites, which vary in size from 1,500 to over 60,000 servers and workstation assets and assist with as many as 430 programs of record systems. The company will provide these services at locations around the world…” Read the full press release here.
G2X TAKE: KBR, a global provider of professional services and technologies was recently awarded a new $216 task order to provide cybersecurity services to DHA. The Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic awarded this four-year task order under the SeaPort Next Generation (SeaPort-NxG) contract.
- This award builds on a $71M task KBR picked up last year to assist SSC Atlantic with its cybersecurity and risk management framework (RMF) initiatives and to provide support to the DHA Assessment and Authorization (A&A) Division. That work was was expected to be “primarily performed at KBRwyle’s Charleston, South Carolina office as well as DHA’s headquarters in Falls Church, Virginia.”
- Led by a team that includes A&A PM, Leslie Bishop, KBR “has provided cybersecurity services to DHA since the agency’s inception.” (Source: KBR)
- KBR announced their intentions to acquire CIO-SP3 Prime, Wyle in 2016.