Carahsoft Adds Okta ID, Mobility Mgmt Tools to GSA, NASA GWAC Vehicles

mobile-securityCarahsoft Technology has added the identity and mobility management offerings of Okta to Carahsoft’s General Services Administration schedule to help public sector customers deploy new applications in a secure environment.

As Okta’s master government aggregator, Carahsoft will also offer the former’s cloud-based products to agencies and channel partners via NASA’s SEWP V contract vehicle, Carahsoft said Tuesday.

The partnership aims to help organizations connect and protect employees, suppliers, partners and stakeholders through the Okta Identity Cloud offering from any device.

Michael Shrader, vice president of emerging services at Carahsoft, said Okta’s security offering complements existing software-as-a-service platforms and mobile apps designed to help agencies adopt new technologies at large scales.

Carahsoft will provide Okta’s identity and mobility management platforms through its GSA Schedule No. GS-35F-0119Y and SEWP V contracts NNG15SC03B and NNG15SC27B.

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