SAIC Subcontracts Root9B for Cybercom & DoD Support

cyberwarfareScience Applications International Corp. has awarded root9B a subcontract to deliver manpower, services and technologies to the U.S. Cyber Command and U.S. Defense Department.

Root9B will help SAIC support Cybercom’s functions to plan, integrate, synchronize, coordinate and conduct defense and operations of DoD components, root9B said Friday.

SAIC is one of six prime awardees on a potential five-year, $460 million contract for mission support services to Cybercom.

Cybercom seeks access to new technologies and industry support for intelligence, research, development, testing, evaluation and other services through the contract.

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