Hello, Guest!


DHS Seeks Contractor to Provide Cybersecurity, Network Security Support Services

Network security

DHS Seeks Contractor to Provide Cybersecurity, Network Security Support Services

The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Procurement Operations is seeking a contractor that can provide network, cloud and cyber services for the Office of the Chief Information Officer.

According to the DHS request for proposals, the contractor will provide cybersecurity, network operations and other support services to enable monitoring analysis, incident management and coordination and alert and notification functions for the department and its components. Other tasks include contract management; capability delivery and improvement; and cloud, platform and system operation.

The contractor will also help establish a program management office that would improve the DHS Network Operations Security Center‘s capabilities and meet various cybersecurity-related industry standards and best practices.

Responses are due Feb. 20, according to the RFP posted on SAM .gov.

The U.S. government is actively seeking solutions to improve network security solutions and enhance cybersecurity capabilities for federal agencies.

In October, President Joe Biden ordered the secretaries of defense and homeland security to start a pilot program identifying artificial intelligence-enabled cybersecurity solutions to protect national security networks. The pilot must be completed by the second quarter of 2024. The order was issued under the Safe, Secure and Trustworthy Development and Use of AI executive order.

Sign Up Now! Potomac Officers Club provides you with Daily Updates and News Briefings about Cybersecurity

Category: Cybersecurity

Tags: cloud support cyber support services cybersecurity Department of Homeland Security Network Operations Security Center network security request for proposals