Easy Dynamics to Support Education Department’s ICAM Solution Development Under $50M BPA
Easy Dynamics has secured a $50 million single-award blanket purchase agreement for identity, credential and access management support for the Department of Education.
Under the BPA, Easy Dynamics will support the DoED in its efforts to develop an ICAM system. Specifically, the company will establish an ICAM program management office and help the department meet executive orders for managing digital identities to align with zero trust principles.
The BPA has a performance period of five years, Easy Dynamics said in a press release posted on Digital Journal.
Pirooz Javan, chief operating officer at Easy Dynamics, said the company is working with FedRAMP vendors that offer identity services to meet the Education Department’s requirements. He added that the company will also work with Login .gov to verify and authenticate users that need to access the department’s services.
DoED needs digital identity management for secure access to its services, such as student loans and grants. The department’s efforts to improve ICAM services are part of a government-wide requirement to improve identity security to ensure that individuals get the right access.
Easy Dynamics offers digital identity, cybersecurity, cloud, information sharing and automation services to clients in the defense and federal civilian sectors. It is headquartered in McLean, Virginia.
Category: Digital Modernization
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