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DHS Tasks Dignari With Supporting Cross-Sector Information-Sharing Program

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DHS Tasks Dignari With Supporting Cross-Sector Information-Sharing Program

The Department of Homeland Security has awarded woman-owned small business Dignari a one-year, $4.9 million task order for technical support to the Integrated Multi-Domain Enterprise Capability Analysis, Development and Integration Support program. The task order is part of a larger $15 million contract with a potential two-year period of performance.

IMDE is a public-private information-sharing initiative overseen by a joint program management office within the DHS Office of the Chief Information Officer. Personnel from departmental components such as the U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Immigration and Customs Enforcement are assigned to that office.

Dignari President Gena Alexa said her organization will develop a platform that automates data policies and sharing rules while maintaining cybersecurity to address operational gaps at DHS and mission partners.

The department seeks program management support, Attribute Based Access Control implementation, configuration management and other support activities, Dignari said Wednesday.

In February, the DHS’ Transportation Security Administration awarded Dignari a $23.5 million task order to build a biometrics-based identity management program.

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