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Treasury Selects 6 Companies for $126M Cybersecurity Support Services BPA

The Department of the Treasury’s Bureau of Fiscal Service has awarded six companies positions on a potential five-year, $126.1 million multiple-award, blanket purchase agreement for cybersecurity support services.

The awardees are Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), Deloitte & Touche, Guidehouse, Gunnison Consulting Group, ManTech and ShorePoint, according to an award notice published Monday.

The BPA has a one-year base term and four option years and will enable the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to meet existing requirements for cybersecurity program management, engineering, risk management, architecture and operational monitoring, analysis and response to ensure the security of cloud services, infrastructure and applications, according to the solicitation notice.

The vendors will help maintain, operate and improve a cybersecurity program consisting of component task areas: chief information security officer and contracting officer’s representative or CISO-COR support; cybersecurity program management support; cybersecurity safeguards and risk management support; security architecture and engineering support; and cybersecurity operations support.

In late April, the Bureau Of Fiscal Service sought proposals for the BPA on behalf of CFPB.

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