LGS to Build HHS Anti-Malware Systems; Kevin Kelly Comments

Kevin Kelly

Kevin Kelly

LGS Innovations has won a $1 million task order to build systems intending to help the Department of Health and Human Services defend its networks from malware and security breaches.

The Alcatel-Lucent subsidiary won the one-year order through the National Institutes of Health‘s CIO-SP3 contract vehicle, LGS said Thursday.

Kevin Kelly, LGS CEO, said the subsidiary is aiming to deliver its support to the department with a single phone call or email.

LGS will also help HHS’ information technology office maintain its Cisco, Riverbed and Check Point Firewall network equipment for one year..

The company will partner with Washington-based small business Advanced Computer Concepts Inc. for the task order.

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