CRGT will act as a mentor to two small businesses in the big data, cybersecurity and agile development industries — Novel Applications of Vital Information and EnProVera.
CRGT will work with Novel Applications and EnProVera through the Department of Homeland Security‘s Mentor-Protege program, CRGT said Tuesday.
“CRGT embraces our small business partners and considers these two firms as being increasingly important to our long-term success at Homeland Security,” said Tom Ferrando, CRGT president.
Novel Applications is a small disadvantaged certified company that provides information assurance, systems integration, cybersecurity and enterprise architecture services to the departments of Defense and Homeland Security.
EnProVera is a veteran-owned, service disabled small business that provides information technology, business transformation, mission support and enterprise data management services to DHS, DoD, intelligence and healthcare agencies.