Exiger was tapped by the General Services Administration to provide federal government agencies with risk management services to help them flag supply chain vulnerabilities and address threats to the supplier ecosystem.
Under a multiyear, $74.5 million contract, Exiger will offer its third-party and supply chain risk management capability to help users with their SCRM efforts, the global risk and compliance software company said Thurday.
The enterprise platform could be used by government agencies in support of cyber SCRM, foreign ownership control or influence, financial health and crime compliance, sanctions as well as environmental, social and governance. The Department of Defense is already employing the Exiger capability across its acquisition enterprise and the recent GSA contract award builds on the said work.
“Over 30 government organizations have already deployed Exiger’s enterprise SCRM solution,” said Carrie Wibben, president of government solutions at Exiger.