ICF books $50M Air Force cyber advisory order

ICF has received a potential three-and-a-half year, $50 million task order for technical and advisory services to help the Air Force shift its cyberspace core function to a different component within the service branch.

The task order has one base year, two one-year options and a six-month option period. ICF said Thursday it received the order via the GSA OASIS government-wide contract for professional services.

Under this order, the company will work with Air Combat Command to take on responsibility for the branch’s cyberspace core function currently run by Air Force Space Command.

ICF will develop recommendations to ACC on management, deployments and investments in cyber capabilities that the command will be responsible for delivering to other commands.

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