The US Defense Information Systems Agency has awarded Agile Defense a contract with a ceiling of $1.01 billion to deliver digital solutions for the Joint Interoperability Test Command.
Under the agreement, the firm will supply test planning, results reporting, and data management services.
These services will enhance tasks in cybersecurity, command and control, national intelligence systems, tactical and strategic operations, and other defense information network capabilities.
The support will be provided at multiple US military sites, including Fort Meade in Maryland and Fort Huachuca in Arizona.
Throughout the effort, Agile Defense will leverage experiences obtained through previous test and evaluation services programs with US Department of Defense segments, including the US Air Force, US Army, US Navy, US Marine Corps, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
“Agile Defense’s unwavering commitment to the defense mission is driving how we impact the market with our client-focused solutions,” CEO Rick Wagner stated.
“Being able to compete and win a full-and-open [indefinite delivery indefinite quantity] contract confirms our strategic investments align with our customer needs.”
Agile Defense received a contract last month to deliver cybersecurity identification capabilities for the Defense Information Systems Agency.
The agreement ordered an “identity verification and issuance of strong credentials” supporting missions under the agency’s Joint Service Provider cybersecurity arm.
Work for the contract will be led by Agile-Bot II, a joint venture between Agile Defense and cloud services provider BuddoBot Inc.