Sevatec Wins Recompete for NOAA Cybersecurity Center Support

cyber, computerSevatec has won a potential two-year, $19 million contract from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to provide support services to NOAA’s Cyber Security Center.

The technology services firm said Tuesday the recompeted contract covers support for NCSC’s security operations facility as well as its computer incident response, system administration support and enterprise security solutions teams.

Sevatec will also provide cybersecurity monitoring and real-time situational awareness support for the ESS team under the contract.

The company has supported NCSC over the past two years.

Sevatec also received a separate prime contract to implement an incident response system that will work to help NOAA, the Commerce Department and the Census Bureau detect and respond to security incidents.

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