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Vencore App Named NSA/CSS-Approved Commercial Product for Classified Data; Mac Curtis Comments

Mac Curtis

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Jan. 22, 2018 — A Vencore-built mobile application has received clearance as a National Security Agency/Central Security Service-vetted commercial product for the processing and management of classified data, ExecutiveBiz reported Jan. 10.

The company said Jan. 9 Vencore Labs‘ SecureIO app is now part of the NSA/CSS approved components list under the Commercial Solutions for Classified Program, in addition to the research unit’s designation as a CSfC Trusted Integrator.

Vencore President and CEO Mac Curtis noted that Vencore Labs works to build and apply technology for “accessible and secure communications” in support of government customer missions.

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