Powertek Tapped to Provide Business Analysis and Agile Services for the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force
Rockville, MD – Powertek Corporation has been selected by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to provide business analysis and Agile/Scrum applications support for the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force’s (NCIJTF) Cyber Watch (CyWatch). FBI agents, analysts, and computer scientists are working side-by-side with federal, state, and local partners on Cyber Task Forces in multiple field offices and through the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force (NCIJTF). Through the 24-hour cyber command center, CyWatch, the resources of the FBI and NCIJTF are combined, allowing the FBI to provide connectivity to federal cyber centers, government agencies, FBI field offices and legal attachés, and the private sector in the event of a cyber intrusion.
"NCIJTF synchronizes efforts to identify, pursue, and defeat terrorists, criminals, and other state actors who seek to exploit our nation’s systems. Powertek is proud to support the ongoing fight against domestic cyber threats and their perpetrators.” – Goodwin Ting, Chief Operating Officer
Established in 2001, Powertek Corporation is a creative and innovative organization with service solutions spanning the entire life cycle of Information Technology. The company supports U.S. Government customers in the defense, law enforcement, and civilian sectors. Powertek cultivates partnerships among our customers, personnel, and team members and applies imagination and ingenuity to transform technology challenges into advanced business process solutions. Projects range from design and development to integration and operations. The company’s core service areas include Cyber Security, Enterprise IT Infrastructures, Enterprise Architecture & Software Engineering, Data Services, Cloud Services, and Mobile Applications. For more information visit www.PowertekCorporation.com.