Two Companies Picked To Protect Nation's 600 Dams from Cyberattacks

NextGov: Two companies were awarded spots on a $45 million contract to secure the nation’s dams from cyberattacks: federal contracting giant Booz Allen Hamilton and Virginia-based small business Spry Methods.

The Interior Department’s Bureau of Reclamation awarded winners on its five-year indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract for IT risk management services on June 5. The contract covers technical and professional services in support of the bureau’s threat monitoring and mitigation programs; compliance with the Federal Information Security Management Act; security of dam industrial control systems, or ICS; and working with Reclamation’s information system security officer.

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