DLT Solutions Inc. secured a spot on a Department of Defense contract worth $820 million for commercial off-the-shelf software services Friday.
Defense officials said the Herndon-based technology reseller will compete with three other contractors for task orders through a 10-year, multiple-award, firm-fixed-price blanket purchase agreement to sell the DOD software products through the its Enterprise Software Initiative (ESI) office.
The contract has a total estimated value of $850.45 million and will service the DOD, 17 intelligence agencies and the Coast Guard.
As part of the BPA, DLT solutions will provide the DOD with software products from five companies: AppDynamics Inc., Archibus Inc., Cloudbees Inc., Flexera Software LLC and Polyverse Corp.
AppDynamics provides application and infrastructure performance monitoring solutions; Archibus offers workplace management platform services, including asset management; Cloudbees develops continuous delivery and DevOps software to help build, test and deploy applications; Flexera offers IT asset management and cloud management solutions; and Polyverse focuses on cybersecurity and cyber-resilience products.
Officials from Raytheon Co.’s (NYSE: RTN) Intelligence, Information and Services business segment said Monday the Dulles-based business unit had won a contract with an unnamed country in the “Middle East North Africa region” to develop an advanced cybersecurity operations center.
The contract, worth close to $110 million officials said, will provide cybersecurity response centers with intrusion detection, associated training, knowledge transfer, operational support and incident response capabilities, as well as vulnerability assessments to safeguard the country’s “critical defense systems.”
The win marks another in a series of contract awards in the region over the past year, including cybersecurity contracts with governments in Jordan, United Arab Emirates, a separate unnamed Middle Eastern country and has set up cyber training and education services in Kuwait and Qatar.
Reston-based SES Government Solutions Inc. secured a $7.15 million task order to provide commercial satellite communications services for U.S. Central Command Friday.
The task order has a one-year base period, with three, 12-month options and is part of a $516.7 million blanket purchase agreement offered through the General Services Administration's IT Schedule 70 contract.