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Telos books $108M Air Force defensive cyber support order

Telos Corp. has won a five-year, $108 million task order to support the Air Force’s IT infrastructure and networks used for defensive cyber operations.

The Air Force awarded the work through its NETCENTS-2 Network Operations and Infrastructure Solutions Small Business contract vehicle, Telos said Monday.

Air Combat Command sought help in planning, infrastructure systems and network operations for its weapon and mission systems. Ashburn, Virginia-based Telos will also offer network assistance and technical support to ACC under the order.

Telos will also integrate communications with commercial, military and coalition networks and support encryption for secret communications on base.

Work will take place at 17 command locations across the U.S.

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