Parsons has been selected to provide support services to U.S. Cyber Command under a $94 million cost-plus-fixed-fee contract.
The contract, which includes one 12-month base period of performance and four 12-month option periods, complements the work Parsons is already doing to support the agency’s C4CD mission set.
Work on C4CD-2.0, which was competitively awarded, will chiefly involve services to the Cybercom J6 Command, Control, Communications, Computers Systems and Chief Information Officer Directorate mission.
“Parsons’ offerings are aligned with the National Defense Science and Technology Strategy and complement Cybercom’s missions that underpin the Defense Department’s strategy to innovate at speed and scale,” Parsons Executive Vice President of High Consequence Missions Mike Kushin said.
The company’s existing work with Cybercom and C4CD includes project management, integrated IT and infrastructure services, engineering and cybersecurity services, J6/CIO support, and contingency/exercise support.