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December 13th, 2018
Lunarline, Inc. Announces Award of a Contract to Support the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)

ARLINGTON, Va.– Lunarline, Inc. announced that it was awarded a five-year contract to support the Cybersecurity Integration and Software Assurance (CISA) Program at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). Under the CISA Program Lunarline will provide integration and software assurance support to the Chief Information Security Office (TS) to ensure trust in GEOINT services and data.

“NGA operates one of the nation’s most elite software assurance programs, providing essential support across the Defense and Intelligence Communities,” says Lunarline CEO Waylon Krush. “It is an honor and a privilege to be chosen to support this critical initiative on behalf of NGA.”

Lunarline – a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) – partnered with Castalia Systems, an 8(a) woman-owned small business, to deliver a 100% small business solution to the NGA CISA challenge.

“We partnered with Castalia Systems, an experienced provider of IT and security solutions with proven past performance supporting NGA,” said Chan Park Lunarline’s Vice President of Federal Programs. “The selection of a 100% small business team to support the CISA Program is an example of NGA’s unwavering commitment to the small business community and faith in the ability of small businesses to bring innovative solutions to bear on NGA challenges.”

With the award of the CISA program to Lunarline NGA joins the 500+ organizations supported by Lunarline across the Intelligence, Defense, Federal Civilian and private sectors. To learn more visit www.Lunarline.com.

About Lunarline, Inc. 
Lunarline is a leading provider of cyber security services, training and products to the DoD, intelligence, civilian and private-sector communities. Founded in 2004 they help over 500 clients fight back against modern cybercrime. For more information on Lunarline, visit Lunarline.com.