As a managing member of the Cyber Engineering and Technical Alliance Joint Venture, ANALYGENCE, Inc. has been awarded a task order to provide a full range of services to the U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command.
The contract is valued at $140 million over the base period with four option years. Under the task order, ANALYGENCE will provide a full range of information warfare training and operations, information systems and operations, communications, administrative support, and knowledge-based services across the air, space and cyberspace domains.
“It is an honor to be able to partner with Headquarters ACC,” said ANALYGENCE CEO and Managing Director of CETA Joint Venture Lonnie Parker.
“We are thrilled for the opportunity to bring our domain expertise and solutions team to support this critical mission. This strategic task order win further expands our cyber capabilities in Defensive Cyber Operations and Offensive Cyber Operations,” Parker said.
Headquartered at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, Air Combat Command is one of 10 major commands in the Air Force. Its mission is to organize, train and equip combat-ready airmen to control and exploit the air on behalf of the joint forces.
“This is a significant win for CETA JV and ANALYGENCE. It complements ANALYGENCE’s existing National Security Division with additional cyber planning and training requirements,” said ANALYGENCE Chief Operating Officer Tom Peitler. “We look forward to supporting the dynamic mission sets of multiple HQ ACC Directorates.”
CETA Joint Venture is an 8(a), service-disabled, veteran-owned small business joint venture resulting from an Small Business Administration-certified mentor-protégé relationship between ANALYGENCE, Inc. and The Kenjya-Trusant Group, LLC.