TeleCommunication Systems (TCS) was awarded a competitive five-year contract extension (a base plus five option periods) valued at about $68 million to provide Department of Defense (DoD) personnel with critical curriculum development and training delivery services to support the government’s cybersecurity workforce development.Motorola Solutions Launches Cloud-Based Digital Evidence Service in U.K.
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TCS will leverage its cybersecurity portfolio to complement and enhance the training delivery. The company will also leverage performance-based testing. TCS’ curriculum has been used for advanced cybersecurity training of more than 12,000 government and enterprise professionals since 2009.
“The DoD’s cyber workforce development efforts are one of our nation’s top priorities,” said TCS Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Drew Morin. “This contract renewal acknowledges our proven track record of excellence in developing and delivering complex cybersecurity operations training at the scale and demanding operational tempo required by our nation’s warfighters. TCS’ expert cybersecurity instructors and continuously updated curriculum fully support the government’s objective to fortify mission-critical assignments with experienced and knowledgeable professionals.”