ICF International has received a contract from the US Navy to provide cyberspace technical, management and professional services.
The multiple-award indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract is with the Navy Information Warfare Center Pacific (NIWC Pacific).
With a potential ceiling value of $800m, the seven-year contract includes a base period of three years and two two-year options. The base period has a ceiling of $330m.
ICF cyber line of business senior vice-president Jonathan Sholtis said: “We view cyber as an enabler for resilience, one of many domains that affect the security of the entire enterprise.
“At ICF, we’re focused on providing holistic solutions designed to secure all systems, from IT to people and processes to physical infrastructure, where clients have access to a diverse set of capabilities designed to meet the full scale of diffuse and asymmetric cyber threats.”
Under the contract, ICF will provide cyber services to NIWC Pacific and any US Navy client agencies.
The range of services will include supporting technology assessments, research and development in cybersecurity, quick prototyping and integration, cybersecurity operations, vulnerability evaluations, and simulation and training.
The contract will allow the company to further expand its cyber services offering within the armed services.
ICF also provides cyber services support to the Army Research Laboratory (ARL) and the US Air Force’s Air Combat Command (ACC).
ICF cyber and enterprise resilience business development senior vice-president Baris Yener said: “The navy win is a natural extension of our overall growth strategy: to extend ICF’s cyber and resilience capabilities from our work with ARL and ACC to additional defence clients.
“We’re truly honoured to have been selected by the navy to support its ongoing cyber mission.”