IT firm Trowbridge has picked up a potentially $12 million task order to provide cybersecurity support services to the U.S. Army Reserve Command, the company announced.
The 5-year task order was awarded under the General Services Administration’s Alliant Small Business governmentwide acquisition contract.
“We look forward to bringing our expertise in this area and partnering with USARC to support their mission and strategic objectives,” said Trowbridge President and CEO Karen Trowbridge.
Under the contract, the company will consolidate and modernize the USARC network and devices within a risk-management framework.
The contract award expands Trowbridge’s Army presence and existing cybersecurity portfolio, the company said.
“We are proud to continue our decade of support to the Army and expand our efforts in the defense of the United States against cyberattacks and reducing global network vulnerabilities,” said Cass Panciocco, Trowbridge’s chief operating officer.