CYBER

GSA proposes cyber addition to Schedule 70

The General Services Administration wants to create a new category under Schedule 70 that would highlight cyber and information assurance products and services, according to a new RFI.

The agency is floating the idea of a special item number or SIN. A SIN would make it easier to identify cyber products and services on the schedule.

The SIN would cover hardware, software and services such as information assurance, virus detection, intrusion detection, network management and other items.

Earlier this year, GSA added a SIN for cloud services and is considering a SIN for health IT, according to FCW.com.

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