The U.S. Citizenship Immigration Services is conducting market research into risk management and cybersecurity service offerings that can support the agency's efforts to protect information.
USCIS said Friday in a FedBizOpps notice its information technology office requires support in the areas of continuous monitoring, financial audit, policy management and cybersecurity training, as well as to drive IT programs through the use of agile methods, open source tools and emerging platforms.
Interested parties have until March 15 to submit responses in PDF format via email.
Government agencies are required to develop a security framework for federal operations and assets within U.S. government networks under the Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002, according to the notice.