Defense Intelligence Agency Selects 5 Mentor-Protege Pairs

The Defense Intelligence Agency has awarded three-year contracts to five pairs of companies through the Defense Department‘s mentor-protege program.

DIA said Wednesday that awardees will collaborate on work areas such as continuous diagnostics and mitigation; data collection and analysis; cyber range; program protection; insider threat; preventing strategic surprises; analysis technologies and methods; intelligence collections; improving mission support capabilities; enhancing counterintelligence and security; new analysis technologies, methods and intelligence collections; and mission enhancing science and technology.

The agency expects ordering periods for new agreements to occur within the first and third quarter of each fiscal year.

Selected mentor-protege teams are:

  • Cyberspace Solutions and Preting Consulting
  • General Dynamics’s information technology business and Bluehawk
  • Global Resources Solutions and Advanced Decision Vectors
  • Global Resource Solutions and Reveal Global Consulting
  • ManTech International and Assured Consulting Solutions

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