Following the first Cyber Innovation Challenge, the Army used a fast-track development method to award two contracts worth a total of $4.5 million for the kits.
Lewis Innovative Technologies develops a range of secure hardware and software used in embedded defense electronics systems.
The military services are looking for innovative ways to improve EW capabilities and blend them with cyber operations.
DISA has awarded the company a contract worth up to $450 million to support the Air Force's Central Command.
The Pentagon's research arm wants to not only detect cyber threats against the power grid before they occur, but be able to restore power within days as opposed to weeks.
The program is beginning work on bringing an operational picture down to dismounted soldiers and Marines.
The Initialization Tool Suite gives commands a faster, streamlines way to start up a network and keep it up to date.
The five-year plan would also add up to 3,500 airmen, expanding the unmanned aircraft program to meet rising demand.