Criterion books $34M NNSA cyber & IT support order

Criterion Systems has won a $34.6 million task order to help the National Nuclear Security Administration coordinate and manage operations related to cyber and IT governance.

The work supports the office of NNSA’s chief information security officer that is responsible for facilitating information sharing and coordination of IT investments across the agency, Criterion said Monday.

Additional service areas include oversight support, subject matter expertise and guidance related to compliance program management, policy coordination, data collection and analysis, strategic communications support and end-user training.

Vienna, Virginia-based Criterion has supported NNSA with technology services since 2011.

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