The General Services Administration is requesting information on existing cybersecurity services in the market that could meet the needs of government agencies.
In a FedBizOpps notice posted Monday, GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service office of integrated technology services sought feedback from stakeholders on cybersecurity products and services that could address threats that government and industry currently face.
The agency seeks to identify and enhance visibility of existing offerings from the provided information, the notice said.
GSA is looking for cybersecurity services involving phishing, wireless, Web application, operating system and database assessments; network mapping; vulnerability scanning; penetration testing; proactive and reactive adversary hunt; incident response; and security engineering services.
Responses to the RFI are due April 20.