Navy taps DDK for database, network security

DDK Technology Group Inc. has won a five-year, $18.9 million contract from the Navy to provide database and network security-consulting services, the company announced today.

Under the contract, DDK of Bowie, Md., will provide knowledge and technology management expertise to support an operations and maintenance modernization plan.

The company will provide business process and database re-engineering, application and administration, and Web design and computer and network forensics expertise.

These services will enhance the Navy's ability to respond to and counter computer-based threats to its assets and information by automating procedures and tools, the company said.

DDK is a provider of database consulting services, computer forensics, cyberintelligence and network security.

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