Sevatec-CollabraLink JV Gets USCIS IT Cybersecurity Task Order

Sevatec-CollabraLink JV Gets USCIS IT Cybersecurity Task Order
Cybersecurity

A joint venture between Sevatec and CollabraLink Technologies has received a 30-month, $19.3M task order to help the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services secure agency information technology infrastructure.

LinkTec will review application security code, protect the agency's network and track security incidents as part of the USCIS Cyber Security Defense Services II program, CollabraLink said Tuesday.

The JV will also maintain the network's security posture and incorporate cybersecurity elements into DevSecOps processes to support the agency's enterprise security engineering team and the Continuous Diagnostics and Monitoring program.

Fairfax, Virginia-based Sevatec initially received a CSDS task order in 2018.

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