NetCentrics to Offer Agencies Cybersecurity Services Under GSA’s New Special Item Numbers

The General Services Administration has included NetCentrics‘ cybersecurity services under four new special item numbers of GSA’s Schedule 70 contract vehicle in an effort to help federal agencies address security challenges in cyberspace.

NetCentrics said Monday it is one of 20 vendors eligible to deploy offerings through the existing “highly adaptive” cybersecurity service SINs.

HACS SINs were introduced by GSA in September 2016 and cover penetration testing, incident response, cyber hunt and risk and vulnerability assessment services.

“This selection recognizes our commitment and leadership in cybersecurity for the Department of Defense, Coast Guard and other government agencies and we look forward to helping more agencies secure their mission-critical systems and information,” said NetCentrics President Cyndi Barreda.

The company also offers security operations center management and operations, cyber forensics, intelligence operations and cyber governance services via GSA Schedule 70.

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