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DHS Awards up to $53.5 Million to SRA International

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has awarded a task order worth up to $53.5 Million to SRA International Inc, as part of the EAGLE contract vehicle. The contract calls for the firm to monitor the department’s IT enterprise, assess IT security threats and provide Security Operations Center (SOC) services for up to 5 years.

SRA will has committed to a round the clock outsourced SOC solution to assist the TSA in maintaining security within the nation’s transportation system by detecting, analyzing and coordinating responses to cyber attacks.

Pat Burke, Senior Vice President, National Security Sector at SRA said, “The SOC’s mission is of national importance and the SRA team will partner with TSA to ensure their IT environment remains a secure enabler for transportation security…The SRA approach allows TSA to shift focus from reactive incident response to proactive attack prevention, and provides a reliable, scalable service that can easily adapt to changes in TSA’s IT environment.”

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