Army Awards Cybersecurity Contract to Parsons; Mary Ann Hopkins Comments

Mary Ann Hopkins
Mary Ann Hopkins

Parsons will provide cybersecurity services to the U.S. Army under the awarded Deployable Defensive Cyberspace Operations Infrastructure contract.

The company said Monday the contract covers cyberspace weapons systems that work to detect possible cyber threats in support of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology.

Mary Ann Hopkins, Parsons group president, said the company continues to collaborate with the government to maintain and optimize the military’s cybersecurity technology.

Parsons will perform work under the ‘other transaction’ agreement through the Consortium for Command, Control, Communications and Computer Technologies.

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