HackerOne has received a multiyear contract to help the General Services Administration‘s Technology Transformation Service administer a program aimed at identifying security vulnerabilities in digital assets within the agency.
The award comes one year after the company completed a bug bounty and vulnerability disclosure program with GSA’s 18F organization, HackerOne said Friday.
GSA became the first federal civilian agency to implement such a reward program.
Marten Mickos, CEO of HackerOne, said TTS’ bug bounty program reflects U.S. government efforts to address security vulnerabilities.
The company has completed six bug bounty programs in collaboration with the Defense Department’s Defense Digital Service to date.
TTS selected HackerOne after conducting an open market bidding process.