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DHS Looking for Potential Cyber Governance, Compliance Support Providers

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DHS Looking for Potential Cyber Governance, Compliance Support Providers

The Department of Homeland Security has posted a request for information to identify qualified sources of cybersecurity governance and compliance services.

The DHS Chief Information Security Officer Directorate requires program management; professional services for the planning, management and execution of its cybersecurity mission; and support for national security systems, governance risk and compliance programs.

The services will support CISOD’s National Security Cyber Division and Enterprise Cybersecurity Governance Division.

Responses are due April 19, according to the notice posted on SAM .gov.

Other service requirements include providing cybersecurity review for all planned major acquisition systems, supporting the delivery of the CISOD cybersecurity training support services, and developing and supporting the compliance monitoring or reporting activities related to the DHS Federal Information Security Modernization Act.

CISOD is responsible for creating a comprehensive management approach to ensure information systems comply with federal legislation, regulation and guidelines, departmental policies and procedures and are operating within acceptable risk levels.

Responses to the notice will inform DHS decisions related to the procurement of the required services.

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Category: Cybersecurity

Tags: Chief Information Security Officer Directorate compliance services cyber risk cybersecurity cybersecurity governance Department of Homeland Security Enterprise Cybersecurity Governance Division National Security Cyber Division RFI