Alpha Omega Wins $24M Coast Guard Cyber Contract

Gautam Ijoor

Gautam Ijoor, Alpha Omega Integration

Technology and business consulting services firm Alpha Omega Integration has been awarded its first major contract with the U.S. Coast Guard.

The contract calls on Alpha Omega to provide several information centers with vital information assurance support services, including cyber vulnerability management, web application security testing, assessment and authorization, access credential management, network vulnerability assessments, and Host–Based Security System management. 

The contract supports approximately 50 classified and unclassified FISMA-registered information systems across the USCG enterprise.

This contract will provide vital information assurance support services at the USCG Operations Systems Center, Kearneysville, West Virginia; USCG OSC Detachment Chesapeake, Chesapeake, Virginia; National Maritime Center, Martinsburg, West Virginia; and secondary/off-site locations (including cloud providers), within the Continental United States.

“IT systems are mission critical. The OSC diligently supports USCG men and women in uniform that depend on these systems to defend our nation,” said Alpha Omega Integration CEO Gautam Ijoor. “Alpha Omega is committed to do our part to ensure the highest levels of security and integrity of the Coast Guard’s enterprise systems to support mission success.”

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