Technica has received a potential $7.7 million task order to provide an identity and access management platform and associated services to the Labor Department.
The task order has a base value of $6.3 million with two option years and was awarded through the Department of Homeland Security‘s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Program Tools and Continuous Monitoring as a Service blanket purchase agreement, Technica said Tuesday.
DHS awarded 17 companies, including Technica, spots under the potential $6 billion CDM/CMaaS BPA in 2013 to offer cybersecurity products and services.
Technica President and CEO Miguel Collado said the company will deliver an integrated database management system that will work to help the Labor Department diagnose and address security risks that involve privileged user accounts.
The award also covers consulting and implementation services in support of IAM requirements such as identity management, virtual directory, privileged identity management, access management and professional assistance services, Technica added.
Optiv Federal will help Technica deploy public key infrastructure products from original equipment manufacturers such as Sailpoint, CyberArk, Radiant Logic, Ping Identity and Axiomatic under the task order.