CSRA has won a four-year, $52 million contract from the Department of Homeland Security‘s Office of Cybersecurity and Communications to perform a range of technical and program support services.
The company said Monday it will aid in DHS’ efforts to optimize the security, resiliency and reliability of U.S. cyber and communications infrastructure under the recompeted contract.
Sally Sullivan, executive vice president of CSRA’s homeland security group, said the company will introduce new guidelines and systems to support DHS’ cybersecurity posture.
Falls Church, Virginia-headquartered CSRA offers cloud-based information technology platforms and professional services for government customers.
CS&C collaborates with international partners, government agencies, infrastructure asset owners, companies and citizens in efforts to prevent, mitigate and investigate cyber threats.