IT services and solutions 1901 Group will assist the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s National Risk Management Center in providing analytic research and innovation to further develop the National Critical Functions risk architecture framework.
The work comes under 1901 Group’s joint venture partner agreement with the National Technical Information Service for data innovation support. Valued at $2.1 million, this 7-month project will be conducted in collaboration with NTIS.
Under the deal, 1901 Group will deliver expertise and analysis to assist NRMC in developing and documenting the analytic requirements to further define the threat landscape to the nation’s NCFs.
Paul Wilkinson, executive vice president of business development at 1901 Group, said the company is proud to continue its collaboration with NTIS.
“As data is becoming more crucial to agencies’ missions, we look forward to providing our expertise and emerging technologies to further protect specific activities that are crucial to our country,” he added.