MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB) has announced it was awarded a five-year, $41 million task order with the Defense Department’s Information Analysis Center’s Cybersecurity Technical Area Task (CSTAT).
The multi-award contract is to assist the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence (C3I) Infrastructure Division (AFLCMC/HNI). A team from MacB’s Advanced Technology Group (ATG) will focus on delivering high-end technical services across Cybersecurity, Information Networks, and Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) domains. Work will primarily be performed at Hanscom Air Force Base in Massachusetts.
The C3I Infrastructure Division is an organization within AFLCMC charged with acquiring and integrating products and services for Air Force cyber weapons systems, including AF Cyberspace Defense (ACD), AF Intranet Control (AFINC), the Cyberspace Security and Control System (CSCS) and the Cyberspace Vulnerability Assessment/Hunter Weapon System (CVA/Hunt).
Other mission requirements include base IT infrastructure, cloud services, theater deployable communications, and the AF Portal.
MacB’s team of cybersecurity service integration experts and engineering specialists will provide innovative and comprehensive functional capabilities such as Air Force cyberspace defense, experimentations and evaluations, network security gateways, prototyping and integration, research and analyses, and utilization of the risk management framework.
“This is a great opportunity for MacB to leverage its enterprise-wide Cybersecurity, Information Networks, and C4ISR expertise to meet AFLCMC/HNI mission requirements,” said Cindy Martin, vice president of System Development Operations for ATG. “Our highly-capable and experienced cybersecurity service integration specialists are fully prepared to execute this broad spectrum of complex activities.”