GSA seeks details on industry’s cybersecurity services

The General Services Administration is gathering feedback from companies about their various cybersecurity services, as it considers a suite for services.

Along with understanding agencies’ needs, GSA wants to know what solutions currently exist and what role GSA can play in improving cybersecurity services its provides to customer agencies.

GSA is looking for services related to network mapping, vulnerability scanning, post-incident security engineering services, proactive adversary hunts, and incident response. In addition, GSA wants services that include assessment services of operating systems, databases, and web applications.

GSA released the request for information April 11. Responses are due by April 20.

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