Bravatek Offerings Now Listed in GSA IT Schedule Vehicle

Jeff Brody

Bravatek Solutions now offers information technology and cyber defense products and services via the General Services Administration’s IT Schedule 70 contract vehicle, its availability verifying Bravateks fair pricing and compliance with existing GSA policy.

The Schedule 70 contract offers Bravatek’s Ecrypt One software that works to secure information across email servers, Tuitio patent-based malware prevention platform and the Telecom Group connectivity support service, the company said Tuesday.

Government agencies use the contract vehicle to purchase a variety of IT services from commercial firms that have passed a strict evaluation process to be included in the GSA IT Schedule 70.

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