Vet business nabs $27M DOD contract

Data Computer Corporation of America will help the defense intelligence agencies with systems engineering, software development and signals intelligence analysis under a $27 million contract.

The task order was won under the National Security Agency’s Set-Aside for Small Business contract, known as NSETS II.

“DCCA is dedicated to supporting the U.S. and allied defense and Intelligence communities with activities that span producing, disseminating, and securing products and information that directly relate to national security,” said David W. Bower, DCCA CEO, in a statement.

The company is a veteran-owned small business based in Ellicott City, Md.

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