Treasury Department Seeks Feedback on Cybersecurity Services Draft Contract
The Department of the Treasury has invited industry to provide input on a draft blanket purchase agreement for a multiple-award program to acquire enterprise-wide cybersecurity services.
Vendors for the Providing Treasury Enterprise Cybersecurity Technology and Services program are expected to deliver architecture, engineering and management services to the security operations centers within internal bureaus and departmental offices, according to the notice posted on SAM .gov.
The contract is also intended for outside agencies that rely on the Treasury Department for financial management.
The department aims to use the PROTECTS BPA to enhance SOC operations internally and reduce cybersecurity risks. It plans to make the contract available through the General Services Administration Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services vehicle.
Draft documents indicate that the ordering period will have a one-year base with seven optional years. Performance periods for subsequent orders are to be determined with each task order.
The BPA is meant to comply with initiatives under the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act and the Office of Management and Budget to consolidate the management of common services.
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