Forcepoint‘s federal business will deliver a user activity monitoring tool to the Department of Defense’s combatant commands and fourth estate organizational entities under an $89.1 million contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency.
DOD said Monday the Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization received two proposals for the technology procurement effort.
The firm-fixed-price contract has a base value of $13.4 million over one year and DISA will use fiscal 2022 operations and management funds to cover the initial period of performance.
Work will take place at Fort Meade in Maryland and may extend for three more years if the agency exercises all options.
In a special notice published on SAM.gov, DISA said Forcepoint has an enterprise platform that consists of commercial-off-the-shelf software and hardware and related licenses with warranty and maintenance.
The system will be equipped with privacy protection technology to help the agency identify individuals and events that could pose a risk to the organization.