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TeleCommunication Gets $3.3 Mln Cybersecurity Training Deal From U.S. Air Force

TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. or TCS (TSYS), a provider of mobile communication technology, announced Tuesday said it has received $3.3 million worth contract to deliver cybersecurity training for U.S. Air Force.

The company said it has entered into a contract with E-volve Technology Systems to enable their delivery of TCS' professional services to the U.S. Air Force for its Cyber Operations Training Program. The subcontract includes a base award term of five months and two, one-year option terms. All of these, if exercised, create a total TCS contract value of $3.3 million.

The company noted that the U.S. Air Force is funding the Cyber Operations Formal Training Support contract awarded to E-volve Technology Systems, an 8a, Woman-Owned IT and Management Consulting firm based in National Harbor, Maryland.

TCS' cyber security capabilities are supporting the USAF's current and future cyber warrior force development through the Cyber Operations Training Program.

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