Virginia-Based CSRA Inc., a provider of information technology services to U.S. government clients in national security, civil government, and health care and public health, said Monday it was awarded a re-competed contract with the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Cybersecurity and Communications (CS&C) to provide a broad range of technical services and expertise.

The single-award contract is valued at more than $52 million over a four year period.

Under this contract, CSRA will provide technical and programmatic professional support to CS&C to enhance the security, resiliency and reliability of the United States cyber and communications infrastructure.

The company will also assist in developing new cybersecurity strategies and policies to help mitigate the risk of cyber incidents.

“Every day DHS makes strides toward a more stable and stronger national cyber and communication infrastructure,” said CSRA executive vice president, Sally Sullivan, Homeland Security Group. “As one of DHS’s leading IT services providers, we are leveraging the expertise of our outstanding teams who have gained critical insight and experience over the last several years in supporting this challenging mission. We look forward to introducing new guidelines and solutions to further strengthen our customer’s cybersecurity posture.”