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August 21, 2008

Stanley wins $5.6 million security support services contract with MCC

Stanley, a provider of systems integration and professional services to the US federal government, has won a five-year IT security support services contract with Millennium Challenge, a US government firm. The five-year value of the time and materials contract will be approximately $5.6 million.

By CBR Staff Writer

Under the contract, Stanley and Iron Vine Security, a federal IT information security company and Stanley’s small business partner, will provide support to the Millennium Challenge’s (MCC’s) chief information systems security officer (CISSO), who is responsible for overseeing and executing MCC’s information systems security program.

Stanley and Iron Vine Security will provide the day-to-day information security and systems engineering operational requirements in support of the MCC CISSO.

The project also includes information security systems services, such as intrusion detection incident response and reporting; vulnerability scanning; risk assessments; security awareness training; and procedure development for information security remedial action.

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