ICF has secured a potential $50 million task order to provide enterprisewide technical, programmatic and advisory services for the U.S. Air Force‘s cyber function realignment effort.
The company said Thursday it will help transition the service branch’s primary cyberspace responsibilities from the Air Force Space Command to the Air Combat Command as part of the task order awarded through the General Services Administration‘s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services contract vehicle.
Randy James, a senior vice president at ICF, said the company will use its expertise and experience to support the integration of new cyber mission into ACC’s portfolio.
Under the agreement, the company will recommend ideas for how the ACC can invest, manage and implement cyber technology that can aid warfighting commands.
The task order has one base year, two one-year options and an additional one six-month option.