NetImpact Strategies has secured a four-year, $39.9M task order to help the Defense Health Agency manage security infrastructure and data gathering assessment projects.
The company will receive $8.7M during the base period and also provide communications management and circuit coordination support to DHA as part of the task order, the Department of Defense said Friday.
Operations cell management and the implementation of secure business-to-business internet networks are included in the contract's optional tasks.
The agency issued the order via the Small Business Administration program under the General Services Administration's Streamlined Technology Application Resource for Services II contract.
NetImpact Strategies is a woman-owned company headquartered in Chantilly, Va., and focuses on strategy transformation, information technology modernization and cybersecurity.