NIST Seeks Sources for Technical Support to Computer Security Division

security lock chipThe National Institute of Standards and Technology has started a search for sources of general, technical and scientific expertise and support for the agency’s computer security division.

In a notice posted Dec. 21 on FedBizOpps, NIST said its sought capabilities cover support for the development of standards, tools and practices for the security of information and information systems.

Task areas for research, program analysis and other services include cybersecurity, risk management, workforce development, cryptography, validation, cloud computing, identity and access management, mobile security and Internet security.

Responses to the sources sought notice are due Jan. 15.

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