ICF Awarded Potential $800M Navy Cyber Support IDIQ; Jonathan Sholtis, Baris Yener Quoted

ICF Awarded Potential $800M Navy Cyber Support IDIQ; Jonathan Sholtis, Baris Yener Quoted - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Jonathan Sholtis

ICF announced on Thursday that the U.S. Navy has awarded the company a potential seven-year, multiple-award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract to provide cyberspace technical, management and professional services for the Navy Information Warfare Center Pacific. The Navy also selected eight additional companies to provide cyber services for different contracts.

The base period value of ICF's contract is $330 million over three years with two separate two year options and a potential $800 million ceiling value. Through the contract, ICF will support NIWC Pacific and other Navy client agencies in need cyber services which includes supporting technology assessments, cybersecurity research and development, rapid prototyping and integration, cybersecurity operations, vulnerability assessments and simulation and training.

“We view cyber as an enabler for resilience, one of many domains that affect the security of the entire enterprise,” said Jonathan Sholtis, SVP for ICF’s cyber line of business. “At ICF, we’re focused on providing holistic solutions designed to secure all systems“”from IT to people and processes to physical infrastructure“”where clients have access to a diverse set of capabilities designed to meet the full scale of diffuse and asymmetric cyber threats.”

ICF’s cyber and resilience specialists help military, national security and commercial clients build and successfully defend the most aggressively attacked infrastructures on the planet. ICF now holds cyber services contracts with three of the five armed services branches of the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Army, the U.S. Air Force and now with the Navy.

“The Navy win is a natural extension of our overall growth strategy: to extend ICF’s cyber and resilience capabilities from our work with ARL and ACC to additional defense clients,” said Baris Yener, ICF senior vice president for cyber and enterprise resilience business development. “We’re truly honored to have been selected by the Navy to support its ongoing cyber mission.”

About ICF

ICF is a global consulting services company with over 7,000 full- and part-time employees, but we are not your typical consultants. At ICF, business analysts and policy specialists work together with digital strategists, data scientists and creatives. We combine unmatched industry expertise with cutting-edge engagement capabilities to help organizations solve their most complex challenges. Since 1969, public and private sector clients have worked with ICF to navigate change and shape the future.

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