Decisive Analytics wins CCRM contract from US MDA

10 May 2018 (Last Updated May 10th, 2018 12:20)

Decisive Analytics Corporation (DAC) has received a competitive contract to deliver Cybersecurity Compliance and Risk Management (CCRM) for the US Missile Defense Agency (MDA).

Decisive Analytics Corporation (DAC) has received a competitive contract to deliver Cybersecurity Compliance and Risk Management (CCRM) for the US Missile Defense Agency (MDA).

The $59.4m contract has a five-year total performance period, including options. It will see the company provide CCRM under technical, engineering, advisory, and management support acquisitions.

DAC will support MDA’s assessment and risk management office of the chief information officer in delivering new solutions for the implementation of the risk management framework and activities supporting MDA cybersecurity initiatives.

“DAC has provided value-added support to MDA’s cyber and technical innovation activities for the past ten years.”

The company will also provide support to MDA’s cybersecurity controls validation testing cybersecurity software code assessment, and cybersecurity risk assessment programmes. It will provide cyber range operational test and evaluation operations, as well as supporting MDA’s cyber training, education, and leader development programme.

Decisive Analytics programme manager Greg Owens said: “DAC has provided value-added support to MDA’s cyber and technical innovation activities for the past ten years.

“We have assembled a top-notch team that is ready and able to tackle MDA’s most complex cyber needs. We are excited and honoured to continue our work with MDA in finding solutions to today’s cybersecurity issues as well as tomorrow’s cybersecurity problems.”

The DAC team will also allow senior MDA leaders to make fully informed decisions about cybersecurity vulnerabilities and risks to protect Ballistic Missile Defense System missions, Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation systems, and MDA enterprise networks.

Work under the project will be carried out in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Huntsville, Alabama, US.