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Billions sunk into US Navy cyber ops

10th May 2019 - 11:41 GMT | by Lukasz Furmaniak in London


The US Navy has announced a series of contract awards totaling around $2.5 billion to nine companies for services to establish and maintain cyberspace operations.

In the 8 May announcement some of the companies contracted included Northrop Grumman, BAE Systems, and ICF. The work will be carried out at the Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific, San Diego, California, and is set to last three years, with two two-year option periods. 

Should the two-year options be exercised, the total value of the contracts could climb as high as $6 billion.

Exactly what the companies will be doing for the US

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Lukasz Furmaniak


Lukasz Furmaniak

Lukasz Furmaniak joined Shephard Media in 2019 as an Editorial Assistant. In addition to contributing …

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