Army looks to beef up Cyber Battle Lab

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WHAT: An Army solicitation for technical tools to support its Cyber Battle Lab in Fort Gordon, Ga.

WHY: The Army's Cyber Battle Lab is a hub for the service to experiment with a new domain of warfare. Part of a growing set of capabilities the Army is developing at Fort Gordon that includes a Cyber Center of Excellence and Army Cyber Command itself, the lab is projected to have "initial operating capability" in October.

The solicitation released July 10 calls for help in a range of services, including systems engineering, satellite support, prototyping, "distributed simulation network operations and security center services."

The contract is slated to run from 2015 to 2020. Responses are due Aug. 7. Click here to read the full solicitation.

Posted by Sean Lyngaas on Jul 21, 2015 at 8:48 AM


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