Canda Solutions to Offer Security Products Under IT Schedule 70 Modification

Canda Solutions to Offer Security Products Under IT Schedule 70 Modification

Software services provider Canda Solutions has secured a modification to its General Services Administration IT Schedule 70 contract to offer its insider threat defense and personnel security products to public sector customers.

The modification will allow government agencies to utilize Canda's offerings in speeding up the release of security clearances under the vehicle's 132-32 special item number, the company said Monday. Canda currently has a five-year contract to provide its services on the GSA IT Schedule 70 vehicle.

“Our commercial off-the-shelf software has been thoroughly tested and vetted by the Defense Industrial Base to manage and perform highly complex security clearance case processing and background investigations,“ said Andrew Razumovsky, a principal at Canda.

Canda, based in Columbia, Md., offers cloud computing, database management, enterprise security, Agile and DevSecOps software development services to commercial and government clients.

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