ICF has been awarded an Army contract for cybersecurity research.

Under the contract, valued at up to $93 million, ICF will support Army Research Laboratory’s Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO) and Defensive Cybersecurity Research.

“ICF will support ARL’s Cybersecurity Service Provider (CSSP) program and both basic and applied research, working to develop cyber tools and techniques and advance state of the art computer network defense,” said a company news release. “ICF will support all cyber operations for ARL and ARL subscribers through onsite and remote reviews of network security and ensure alignment between policy, compliance and assessment functions. The company will also support the information assurance management office, which sets policy for ARL.”

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