DISA Turns to Governmentwide Contract to Manage Security of Classified Network

NextGov: The Defense Contract Management Agency will turn to a National Institute of Health contract to buy cybersecurity support services—including managing infrastructure for the Defense Department’s classified network.

The Defense Information Systems Agency announced in January it would take the lead on a recompete of support services for the DCMA Cybersecurity Center, which includes help desk and program support, audit and assessment readiness, and cybersecurity infrastructure and network operations, as well as maintaining the infrastructure for SIPRNet, the Defense Department’s classified network.

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