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Steampunk Secures $174M DHS Contract for Cyber Risk Management

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Steampunk Secures $174M DHS Contract for Cyber Risk Management

McLean, Virginia-based digital solutions provider Steampunk has secured the Department of Homeland Security’s potential five-year, $174 million U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Security Assurance Support Services II contract.

Under the ICE SASS II contract, Steampunk will deliver Information System Security Officer support to over 115 systems, technical staffing for automation and risk management framework integration and Federal Information Security Modernization Act compliance improvement. The contractor will also help reduce vulnerabilities and speed up systems infiltration resolution.

The contract has a one-year base period and four option years, Steampunk said.

The award comes months after Steampunk secured a multi-year deal with DHS to provide information assurance, cybersecurity and risk-based reviews for the agency. Under the deal, the company was tasked to review the agency’s cloud service offerings seeking provisional authorization from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.

Steampunk has also been providing modernization services for other agencies. In April 2022, the company secured a spot on the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s 10-year, $2 billion Business Oriented Software Solutions contract, which is aimed at modernizing the agency’s services and offerings.

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Category: Cybersecurity

Tags: cybersecurity Department of Homeland Security FISMA compliance risk management framework integration SASS II security assurance support services Steampunk US Immigration and Customs Enforcement