Constellation West wins $8.4M contract to help IRS meet cyber requirements

Constellation West has won an $8.4 million contract to provide the Internal Revenue Service with cybersecurity services required under the Affordable Care Act.

Under the contract, Constellation West will provide technical services to support security engineering and security assessment and authorization for IRS projects related to the Affordable Care Act.

The company will be defining security and communication standards and protocols, determining data protection and exchange standards and helping the agency ensure that taxpayer data is secure.

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