DOI Selects Booz Allen, Spry Methods for Dam Infrastructure Cybersecurity Support IDIQ

Booz Allen Hamilton and Spry Methods have won positions on a five-year, $45 million contract to help the Interior Department address potential information technology risks to the country’s dam industrial control systems, Nextgov reported Monday.

Both companies can vie for task orders to provide technical and professional services, Federal Information Security Management Act compliance and ICS security support to DOI’s Bureau of Reclamation.

The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract will cover IT risk management efforts across 600 dams nationwide.

Spry Methods is a Virginia-based small business that offers enterprise, communications and managed IT services to the government and commercial sectors.

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