QuSecure’s Post-Quantum Cryptography Products Now Available on GSA’s Multiple Award Schedule
QuSecure said its post-quantum cryptography products are now available on the General Services Administration’s Multiple Award Schedule.
According to QuSecure, its products can provide government users quantum-resistant protection through PQC algorithms and seamless integration into existing government IT infrastructure. The company added that its solutions adhere to government security standards and certifications, including those recognized by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Being part of the GSA MAS offers key benefits, including direct access to the U.S. federal government, access to GSA schedule opportunities, long-term partnership opportunities and streamlined procurement processes, QuSecure said.
Pete Ford, executive vice president of government operations at QuSecure, said being part of GSA MAS allows the company to help agencies and public-sector organizations secure their data and communications networks.
QuSecure has been at the forefront of PQC solutions delivery for the U.S. government.
In June, the U.S. Army awarded the company a Small Business Innovation Research Phase II contract to develop PQC-based encryption technologies and solutions for Army users and identify how quantum technologies can be used in the tactical edge. In July 2022, the U.S. government selected the company’s QuProtect solution to protect encrypted communications data from legacy systems used by the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Space Force and the North American Aerospace Defense Command.
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