Electrosoft has been awarded a contract under the General Services Administration’s Schedule 70 contract for highly adaptive cybersecurity services.
The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract has a 5-year base period and three 5-year option extensions.
As part of the award, Electrosoft successfully underwent a comprehensive, multiphase vetting process and was deemed capable of delivering rapid and reliable services across all four areas that fall under the cyber services category, including penetration testing, incident response, cyber hunt, and risk and vulnerability.
GSA added the cyber-services category to IT Schedule 70 in 2016 aiming to make it easier for agencies to more quickly buy cyber-support services.
“Now, more than ever before, federal, state and local government agencies are challenged to identify and mitigate risks in their IT systems and prevent and detect unauthorized access to these systems and the data they contain,” said Sarbari Gupta, president and CEO of Electrosoft. “As a collaborator in the development of many of today’s cybersecurity standards and guidelines, the Electrosoft team not only fully understands the compliance aspects agencies face but also possesses unparalleled experience delivering high-quality technical services across a broad spectrum of cybersecurity requirements. Our impressive list of cybersecurity customers, amassed over the last 18 years, speaks to the value Electrosoft brings to this specialized marketplace.”
Related: A Conversation with 2018 GovCon Award Finalist Sarbari Gupta