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MD: Ellicott City IT Company Wins $139M Contract, Signaling Growth Ahead

26 Nov, 2018


An Ellicott City IT firm has been awarded a five-year, $139 million contract to provide development operations support to a Department of Defense intelligence agency.

According to the following article in the Baltimore Business Journal:

Veteran-owned Data Computer Corp. of America will provide IT and cyber support for Signals Intelligence, a branch of military intelligence under the National Security Agency. The agency focuses on monitoring, intercepting and interpreting radio signals and radar signals.

Under the terms of the contract, DCCA will provide data analytics, cybersecurity, software and hardware engineering and other services.

“This important win represents the latest step in DCCA’s strategic approach to delivering advanced solutions to the warfighter," DCCA's chief operating officer David Bower said in a statement. "Supporting the mission of national security has always been, and will continue to be, a top priority for DCCA."

Earlier this year DCCA was awarded a $8.6 million federal contract to provide IT and cybersecurity services for the Defense Health Agency, which supports TRICARE, a program that delivers health care services to active duty and retired military personnel, other uniformed service personnel and their families. 

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