Cyber Command has called off a sweeping solicitation that would have outsourced support for cyberspying and network attacks against foreigners, as well as the defense of military networks.
As of May 22, there were few details on why the five-year-old command, which is racing to staff up, revoked an April 30 request for proposals from contractors. The jobs were worth up to $475 million over five years.
Drawing major assistance from industry was supposed to help deploy the so-called Cyber National Mission Force, according to the original solicitation.
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