GSA Seeks Info on Modernization of Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services SINs

The General Services Administration has posted a request for information needed to modernize the agency’s Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services.

Established in 2016, the HACS consists of four special item numbers that function to distribute cybersecurity services encompassing penetration testing, incident response, cyber hunt and vulnerability assessment across agencies, GSA said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Tuesday.

The agency seeks to modernize HACS into a suite that would offer a more comprehensive variety of cybersecurity services.

The RFI invites HACS awardees and non-awardees to submit information on cyber services that need to be included in the suite, as well as concerns on processes for contracting and technical evaluation.

Interested contributors may submit proposals through June 9.

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