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DEA awards $67M security contract to vet-owned business

The Drug Enforcement Agency announced on Nov. 2 that it had awarded a five-year, $67 million contract to eKCG LLC for information security services.

eKCG will provide the DEA with overarching program management, information security program management, information security governance, cybersecurity management, and communications security. In addition, the company will support the agency with integrated delivery of INFOSEC services and solutions related to core and common information and IT security requirements in a seamless and integrated approach.

eKCG is based in Reston, Va., and is certified as service-disabled, veteran-owned small business.

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