Electrosoft wins USTRANSCOM SISO support contract
On September 27, Reston, VA-based Electrosoft Services, Inc., an award-winning federal IT and professional services firm specializing in cybersecurity, announced it has been awarded a $21 million prime contract from the U.S. Transportation Command. Under the USTRANSCOM Senior Information Security Officer support services contract, Electrosoft will provide a range of IT services to support cyber resilience for USTRANSCOM’s specialized technology and logistics mission environment. Services will be provided at Scott Air Force Base in St. Clair County, Illinois.
USTRANSCOM is a critical combatant command that provides elite, full-spectrum global mobility and logistics support to the 10 other U.S. combatant commands, the military services, defense agencies and other government organizations. Enabled by various information technology, operational technology, platform IT and cyber-physical systems, the command conducts delivery operations of mission-essential people, goods and services to protect and sustain warfighters around the world.
“USTRANSCOM is a role model for cybersecurity, prioritizing the protection of its essential information and information systems to effectively deliver on its technology-enabled mission,” said Dr. Sarbari Gupta, CEO of Electrosoft. “We are honored that USTRANSCOM is entrusting us as a partner in delivering continuous improvement and innovation of their cyber resilience program.”
Among other information technology services, Electrosoft will deliver DevSecOps risk management framework support, cybersecurity engineering, security controls assessor representative evaluations and information systems security engineering services. Additionally, the company will provide zero trust policy and governance as well as access control policy support.
Under the four-year contract, which has a one-month base period and four option years, Electrosoft will help ensure continuous compliance with NIST Risk Management Framework and DoD Instruction 8510.01.
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