NAVSUP Seeks Cyber Workforce Training Support from EC-Council Members, Partners

cyber hack network computerThe Naval Supply Systems Command is soliciting proposals from the member and partner organizations of the International Council of Electronic Commerce Consultants for an information assurance/computer network defense training program.

The U.S. Navy said in solicitation posted Wednesday on FedBizOpps it plans to award a firm-fixed-price contract for support services for a five-day authorized EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker v9 Training and Certification Boot Camp for up to 34 NAVSUP cyber professionals.

NAVSUP seeks help to develop curriculum that will train course participants on 20 critical security controls through lectures, team activities and case studies.

The course should be based on the Office of Personnel ManagementNational Initiative for Cybersecurity Education Cyber core Competencies, the notice states.

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