Small business takes on Missile Defense cyber work

Arlington, Va.-based small business Decisive Analytics Corp. has won a $59.5 million contract for advisory and assistance services to the Missile Defense Agency.

The contract focuses on cybersecurity compliance and risk management to support technical, engineering, advisory and management support.

MDA is looking to improve independent verification and validation analysis and reporting of the Ballistic Missile Defense System and Enterprise cybersecurity controls. They want to expand cybersecurity information and knowledge to improve the system architecture, system lifecycles and authorization decisions for the agency.

Work will take place in Colorado Springs, Colo. and Huntsville, Ala. The contract runs through April 2023.

Five companies bid for the contract.

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