Lockheed Martin teams with DC3 to tackle cyber crime
Lockheed Martin has announced that it will team with the US Department of Defence Cyber Crime Centre (DC3) to tackle cyber crime as part a task order awarded by the General Services Administration's Federal Systems Integration and Management Centre under the General Services Administration Alliant contract. Lockheed Martin made the announcement 3 May, 2012.
Under the contract, Lockheed Martin will deliver a range of technical, functional, and managerial support to the DC3, which provides vital assistance in the investigation of criminal, counterintelligence and counterterrorism matters, as well as cyber security support to defence industrial base partners.
According to the company, this will encompass digital and multimedia forensics examination, analysis, research, development, test and evaluation, information technology and cyber analytical services.
The task order has a ceiling value of $454 million if all options are exercised.
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