Alexandria, Virginia — February 3, 2021 — The U.S. Department of Defense announced today that Invictus International Consulting has been awarded a $97.9 million contract to develop prototype hardware and software under the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Operational Simulated Cyber Environment for Enhanced Resiliency (OSCE2R) program.
The Air Force Research Laboratory and Invictus will work together to research and develop modeling, simulation, and testing cyber technologies across the full spectrum of Air Force cyber operations. The goal of the R&D program is to create a platform which will assist cyber mission forces in increasing system resiliency against cyber attacks using next generation cyber tools and technologies.
The contract is for a five-year effort to conclude in February of 2025, with an initial amount of $967,000 obligated of FY 2021 funds to begin research efforts. It was the result of a competitive acquisition process where two offers were received, and work will be performed in Alexandria, Virginia.
About Invictus International Consulting
Invictus is an award-winning cybersecurity services and technology solutions company that provides elite cyber talent to the National and Homeland Security communities, and commercial clientele. Invictus is headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia and was started by military veterans.