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White House Picks GCyber for $110M Cybersecurity Support BPA

GCyber has won a potential five-year, $110M blanket purchase agreement to provide cybersecurity support and other information technology services for the Executive Office of the President. 

The White House received two offers for the BPA, which was awarded through a full-and-open competition, according to an award notice posted on the Federal Procurement Data System. 

Arlington, Virginia-based GCyber is a small business focused on providing cybersecurity, automation and orchestration, infrastructure operations and management, cloud and virtualization, systems engineering and virtualization and other IT services for government and commercial clients.

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