Dynamic Security Concepts, a Mays Landing-based technology firm, said Thursday it was among seven small businesses picked to fulfill parts of a vast batch of work for the federal Department of Homeland Security.
Owner Susan Hopkins, of Mays Landing, said the company will be one of fewer than 50 involved in fulfilling department contracts worth an estimated $22 billion over seven years.
In the next few weeks, Dynamic Security Concepts will find out which task orders it will perform for Homeland Security, she said.
The department describes the work as providing "independent test, validation, verification, and evaluation solutions to ensure that all IT products and services meet DHS standards and are performing to defined design, cost, schedule, and performance specifications/capabilities."
Hopkins said the company should be performing "a significant volume of work" in cyber security and evaluation information technology by fall. Its 25 local employees likely would triple by then.
"This work is going all over the United States, and I want to do as much as I can in South Jersey," she said. "I think we will outgrow our small business size in less than three years."
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