NRC awards information systems security contract

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has chosen a Rockville, Md., firm called MAR to support NRC's information systems security and accreditation process implementation. The Consolidated Information System Security Services contract is worth more than $40 million.

MAR will lead a team that will develop security documentation and perform the systems analyses necessary for the system to be approved for national security, intelligence and general information systems.

The team includes:

  • Force 3.
  • Radius Technology Group.
  • Lockheed Martin Information Technology.
  • Number Six Software.
  • R4 Communications.
  • Van Dyke Technology Group.

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