Telos Wins $66M Air Force Cybersecurity Module, Kit Delivery Contract

Telos has secured a potential $66.4M contract to provide cybersecurity modules and kits to the U.S. Air Force.

The Air Force seeks to modernize the Theater Deployable Communications Black Core Architecture that supplies military personnel with equipment for battlefield transmissions through the contract, the company said Thursday.

Telos will help the service branch accomplish steps under the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Risk Management Framework via the provision of information assurance services.

Work will also cover the validation and management of system security requirements as well as the documentation of RMF assessment and authorization.

The contract comes with additional option items.

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