ID Experts Wins $330M Federal Data Breach Recovery Services BPA

cybersecurityID Experts, incorporated as Identity Theft Guard Solutions, has won a potential $329.8 million blanket purchase agreement to help protect the financial identities of 21.5 million people affected by an Office of Personnel Management cyber attack.

The potential three-year contract has an initial task order value of $133.3 million and covers identity and credit monitoring, identity theft insurance and identity restoration services, OPM said Tuesday.

ID Experts will also provide website and contact center support through the contract.

The Defense Department disclosed that five proposals were submitted to the General Services Administration for the federal data breach response program via the agency’s electronic request-for-quote tool.

The Naval Sea Systems Command in Washington is the contracting activity.

In a separate release, GSA said it issued the order to ID Experts under one of two BPAs the agency awarded Tuesday.

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