KBR’s Government Unit Awarded $71M DHA Cybersecurity Support Order

KBR‘s government services business has received a potential three-year, $71M task order to help the the Defense Health Agency secure health care information technology systems.

The company said Wednesday KBRwyle will support DHA’s assessment and authorization division in efforts to comply with information assurance directives and processes; prepare risk management framework packages; assess potential risks; and standardize IA test procedures.

Work also covers program management, security controls, privacy requirements and warranty management support, as well as help the agency update a web-based data management platform.

The U.S. Navy‘s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic issued the task order via SeaPort Enhanced contract vehicle.

KRWyle will also support cybersecurity and risk management efforts of SSC Atlantic.

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