SkyePoint Decisions Secures Spot on $300M Education Cybersecurity Multiple-Award BPA
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded SkyePoint Decisions a spot on the $300 million multiple-award blanket purchase agreement that supports the Office of Federal Student Aid and the Office of the Chief Information Officer.
The company will deliver cybersecurity services to the DoED as a prime contractor, according to Bo Kimbrough, the founder and chief executive officer of the Dulles, Virginia-headquartered firm.
The five-year FSA CPSS contract covers various services, including security architecture support, cybersecurity operations, and cybersecurity risk management and compliance.
The $300M BPA is the second prime contract award that SkyePoint Decisions won this year.
The firm will compete for orders to assist in delivering services provided by the Education Department’s FSA and OCIO.
The FSA assists students in paying for their college education, providing over $120 billion in financial aid every year.
Meanwhile, the OCIO is responsible for providing technological solutions that allow the Education Department to help schools, students and their families.
SkyePoint Decisions serves various customers within the federal government, offering enterprise-wide and targeted solutions designed to address challenges at various offices.
According to its press release, SkyePoint is focused on allowing clients to deliver their mission anytime and anywhere.
Kimbrough noted in a statement that the firm is looking forward to serving as a partner for the FSA and the entire Education Department.
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