DISA Awards $163 Million Cybersecurity Task Order
CSRA will manage more than three million cybersecurity endpoints for DISA and the Defense Department.
The U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has awarded a $163 million task order to SRA International, a subsidiary of CSRA Inc. The award directs CSRA to support DISA’s endpoint security solution integrator support effort under the General Services Administration’s Alliant Government-wide Acquisition Contract, the company announced.
CSRA will work with Microsoft and McAfee to enhance DISA’s ESS capabilities and cyber strategy. Microsoft Consulting Services will provide subject matter assistance in the evaluation of the current state of cyber protection in order for DISA to engineer effective, scalable and resource-conscious security solutions that address DISA’s requirements. CSRA, Microsoft, McAfee and DISA will also envision, plan and deliver hardening and containment solutions for the Microsoft technologies across the Defense Department enterprise. This will use Microsoft cybersecurity solutions to protect the department from internal and external threat actors.
The task order contains a one-year base period that will run through October 31, 2018, followed by four one-year options. Under the task order, CSRA will provide the system engineering and technical support necessary to strengthen the security postures and technical capability for the endpoints.