SRA International holds a position on the Department of Homeland Security‘s $6 billion blanket purchase agreement covering diagnostics and mitigation work on computer networks.
The Tools and Continuous Monitoring as a Service BPA is intended to help government agencies access DHS’ database for continuous diagnostics, remediation tools and security dashboards, SRA announced Tuesday.
George Batsakis, executive vice president of SRA’s national security group, said the company aims to help the federal government secure its cyber infrastructure under the BPA.
DHS aims for the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Program to help streamline cybersecurity processes and reduce risks.
Under the BPA, the company will compete for task orders to correlate and analyze security-related information and support risk-based decision making at agencies and other federal enterprises.