KCG Wins BPA for IT Security Verification & Validation Assessment Activities

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Knowledge Consulting Group, a provider of cybersecurity services and business strategy services to the federal market, has been awarded a Blanket Purchase Agreement by an Interior Department agency.

Under the agreement, KCG will perform IT testing and evaluation services of Minerals Revenue Management Support Services systems, a mission-critical system used by DOI’s Office of Natural Resources Revenue to process the bonuses, rents, and royalties received from federal offshore and onshore mineral leases, KCG President Maryann Hirsch said.

“We look forward to leveraging KCG’s expertise and best practices to conduct security assessments on the MRMSS to identify vulnerabilities and improve the overall security posture,” she added.

KCG’s responsibilities will include system test and evaluation, extended security assessment to determine if MRMSS and supporting information systems are vulnerable to internal/external threats; and independent verification of corrective actions completion performance requirements.

“KCG is honored to be selected to perform these vital services, and we look forward to working with ONRR to ensure the security and integrity of the financial, data warehouse, and asset management systems under the MRMSS,” Hirsch added.

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