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CCSi To Help DHS Manage, Secure Enterprise IT Systems; Naren Bewtra Comments

CCSi To Help DHS Manage, Secure Enterprise IT Systems; Naren Bewtra Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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CCSIlogoCreative Computing Solutions Inc. has won a $6,569,321.60 contract to help the Department of Homeland Security manage information technology systems within the department’s enterprise development systems office.

CCSi won the contract through the General Services Administration‘s Schedule IT 70 vehicle, covering information technology and telecommunications products and services for government agencies at the federal, state and local levels, the company said Tuesday.

Under the potential three-year contract, the company will provide systems engineering to the DHS’ office of the chief information officer with the goal of maintaining security baselines for IT systems.

“With this contract win, we further strengthen our coveted relationship with the department to provide sought-after and trusted security services,” said Dr. Naren Bewtra, CCSi president and chief operating officer.

Bewtra added the company has previously worked with DHS on securing information systems and managing programs.

The company will also monitor compliance and performance, run a security education and awareness campaign, assess security program management and design security controls for enterprise IT systems.

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Written by Ross Wilkers

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