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Exiger-InterSec Team Wins 5-Year Interior Department Cybersecurity Contract

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Exiger-InterSec Team Wins 5-Year Interior Department Cybersecurity Contract

The U.S. Department of the Interior has awarded software-as-a-service company Exiger and cybersecurity service provider InterSec a five-year, $7 million contract to provide labor and software for enterprise cyber supply chain risk management solutions

The competitive contract award is the first team-up between the Washington, D.C.-based Exiger and Leesburg, Virginia-based InterSec. According to Carrie Wibben, Exiger’s government solutions president, collaborating with InterSec presents a “partnership model for future federal opportunities,” Exiger said Thursday.

InterSec serves as the DOI task order’s prime contractor and will provide program management support through its C-SCRM strategies, which the department’s chief information officer chose over four other contract bidders in November. 

Under the contract, Exiger will deploy its Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program-accredited SaaS platform. The solution includes advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning data applications, as well as the Ion Channel SCRM platform.

The combination of Exiger’s advanced AI technology and supply chain risk expertise with InterSec’s focused C-SCRM strategies advances a collaboration that sets new standards, particularly for federal projects, InterSec said in a LinkedIn post.

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