Qbase wins DHA IT support contract

QBase has won a $7.5 million contract with the Defense Health Agency to provide IT support services.

These support services include virtual and physical server administration, database administration, IT systems patching and mitigation of systems vulnerabilities and application deployment.

Other services include data at rest, technical writing, security scanning, Tiers 2 and 3 systems administration services, operating system deployments, backup and storage services, and network and application vulnerability scanning.

Reston, Virginia-based QBase was one of 17 bidders on the contract that was competed as a small business procurement under GSA’s Schedule 70 vehicle.

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