The U.S. Army is sourcing the market for information on cybersecurity risk management services to support assessments of defensive cyber operations.
The sourcing pertains to a new requirement, and calls for contractors to propose an estimate on the level of work needed, the Army said Monday in a FedBizOpps notice.
Services sought will also be intended to help authorize the DCO Suite of Complimentary Systems, comprised of emerging technologies and mission systems spread across various computing environments including the cloud.
The Product Manager DCO will leverage these services at multiple U.S. sites, with Fort Belvoir, Va., serving as the main location.
The contractor will perform the services under the five task areas of cybersecurity program management support; information security system engineering support; risk management framework continuous monitoring support; configuration management support; and cloud hosting and security engineering support.
Responses to the sourcing are due August 3.