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VA in search of veteran-owned businesses to provide cyber security

VA in search of veteran-owned businesses to provide cyber security

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By Evan Stewart
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The department of Veterans Affairs is currently looking for certified veteran-owned small businesses and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses that would be able to provide enterprise network defense support services for the VA’s Network Security Operation Center, as reported by Fifth Domain.

Those businesses interested will be required to perform tasks such as supporting VA information security and privacy postures, aligning VA security and privacy policies with federal guidelines and best practices, enabling VA business processes through security integration, and promoting a secure environment for employees and contractors. The company must provide services including project management, reporting and data calls, threat intelligence, security analysis, deep dive analysis, forensic analysis, security configuration and research and development.

The information for this particular position was posted on March 22 to FedBizOpps. All interested parties must submit their responses by 12 PM EST on Friday, March 31. Detailed job description and requirements as well as contact information can be found on the Federal Business Opportunities website.

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