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Maryland small business lands $50M NIST contract

G2 Inc. of Annapolis Junction, Maryland, was awarded a five-year, $50 million contract from the National Institute of Standards and Technology for cybersecurity, research, development, and implementation support services.

The indefinite-quantity indefinite-delivery contract is for information security and cybersecurity services, software development, outreach to cybersecurity stakeholders, and operations and analysis of such areas including the National Vulnerability Database, Cryptographic Algorithm Program and the Cryptographic Validation Program.

The IDIQ was a total small-business set-aside.

NIST announced the award March 19.

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