A team comprising of CSSS.net and MacAulay-Brown has won a potential four-year, $6.2 million contract to provide information technology services and operational support services at a U.S. Air Force facility in Hampton, Va.
The contract has one base year with three option years and involves work in areas such as network engineering, change management and systems administration, the companies said Thursday.
Lisa Wolford, CSSS.net president and CEO, said the team brings experience in cybersecurity, Internet Protocol, cloud computing and continuous monitoring to the program.
CSSS.net and MacAulay Brown will perform work at the Air Combat Command’s operational support center inside Joint Air Force Base Langley-Eustis.
The command oversees fighter aircraft operations and intelligence systems for the Air Force.