in

DCSA Seeks Engineering, Modernization Support for DOD Insider Threat Mgmt System

cybersecurity
cybersecurity

The Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency is looking for potential sources of engineering services to support the agency's custom-developed information technology and threat management system.

DCSA released the request for information on SAM.gov on Thursday in an effort to identify small businesses with the capacity to provide technical assistance for the Department of Defense's Insider Threat Management Analysis Center system of systems.

According to the RFI, the effort is meant to help the DSoS program management office define and implement programmatic and technical procedures needed to simplify the system's operations which include case management, risk mitigation, information and analysis of insider threats to Pentagon assets and personnel.

The contractor must provide programmatic support to the DSoS PMO and help the office in strategic planning, cybersecurity, operations and maintenance, iterative modifications and other engineering support.

DSoS is meant to operate as a case management tool and repository of insider threat information while handling recommendations for synchronized responses and ensuring the security of data.

Interested parties must have knowledge in systems and concepts such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Oracle infrastructure and Amazon Web Services environment.

Responses to the notice are due on Mar. 1.

ExecutiveBiz Logo

Sign Up Now! ExecutiveBiz provides you with Daily Updates and News Briefings about Technology

Cloud IT

DOD Mulls Future of JEDI Cloud Program Amid Legal Challenge

Umbra

Umbra Raises Funding to Support Microsatellite Production, Commercial Launch Missions