DMI to Support IRS Cybersecurity; Jay Sunny Bajaj Comments

DMI EbizDigital Management, Inc. will work with the Internal Revenue Service on a new task order awarded under the Total Information Processing Support Services-4 contract to deliver offerings to protect the agency’s network infrastructure from cyberthreats.

TIPSS-4 is a one-year, multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with nine one-year options, DMI said Tuesday.

“We understand that managing security for one of the largest IT infrastructures and budgets in the U.S. civilian federal government is not an easy task,” said Jay Sunny Bajaj, CEO at DMI.

The Bethesda, Md.-based company will perform information technology support for IRS, including cybersecurity tests, program management support and maintenance.

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