Virginia's information technology solutions provider immixGroup received the award to support the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Cyber Crimes Center, or C3, including agency's Child Exploitation, Cyber Crimes, Computer Forensics and Cyber Training divisions.
ImmixGroup says its Information Technology Solutions unit will be expected to provide C3's software applications, network and cybersecurity systems with operational support and maintenance among other requirements.
"We've been working with DHS for years on a number of IT projects, and we are pleased the Homeland Security Department has validated our previous work by awarding us this contract," Phill Magaro, immixGroup IT Solutions Division vice president, said in a statement.
The contract is worth up to $7.8 million if all options are exercised.
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