MCLEAN, Va., March 30 (UPI) -- The U.S. Army has tapped outside help in recruiting cybersecurity professionals for its Intelligence and Security Command.
ATS Corp., a Virginia information technology company, said it has been contracted to do so under an indefinite-delivery/indefinite quality award a U.S. Army award for human resources solutions and services in recruiting and retention.
The contract is worth $4.8 million. It features a one-year base period and two 12-month option periods.
"ATSC is pleased to have been entrusted with this opportunity to support the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command's requirements to recruit the best and brightest cybersecurity talent," said ATSC Co-Chief Executive Officer John Hassoun.
ATSC is a provider of mission-critical support in areas of recurring and fundamental services to the public. Its main technical competencies include software and systems development, IT infrastructure and cloud computing, information sharing and assurance, IT and business consulting, and systems integration to federal civilian agencies and national security customers as well as commercial enterprises.
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