Amyx has received several new awards from the Defense Logistics Agency and a classified defense customer, expanding the company’s cybersecurity portfolio.
Recent awards include DLA Cybersecurity Policy and Oversight Support Services for Operational Technology Support (CPOSS-OT), DLA Cyber Vulnerability Management Risk Assessment and DLA Cyber Assurance Operational Technology and Information Technology Support, the company said Monday.
Additionally, Amyx will support a classified defense customer through cybersecurity engineering, operational technology and infrastructure support services.
“These awards are a result of our focused investment to secure operational technology, industrial control systems, and critical infrastructure,” said Amyx CEO and President, William Schaefer.
He added, “At Amyx, we have some of the sharpest minds collaborating through our Communities of Interest (COI) to ensure that we remain at the forefront of innovation to assist our customers with their most challenging security issues.”
Through the new DLA awards, Amyx will conduct site surveys, identify capabilities, perform system tracking and implement Access Control Policy to analyze data on the agency’s critical infrastructure systems.
Under the DLA’s Cyber Vulnerability Management Risk Assessment and CPOSS-OT contracts, Amyx will draft operational technology policies, conduct risk assessments and provide a wide range of OT and IT support services.
The new awards build on the more than 20-year partnership between Amyx and the DLA, and Schaefer noted that the company is looking forward to helping the agency advance their cybersecurity capabilities and modernization goals.
Earlier this year, Amyx was awarded two new task orders under the DLA J6 Enterprise Technology Services (JETS) contract, bringing the company’s total number of task orders under the contract to more than 30.
The company has also been recognized multiple times in The Washington Post’s annual list of best places to work in the greater Washington, D.C. area.