Treasury's managed services wish list

Here is a sampling of the network services that Treasury Department officials want for a fixed price under the Treasury Communications Enterprise request for proposals released May 4.

The core requirements include:

Bandwidth management.

Capacity planning.

Encryption.

Network management.

Security certification and accreditation.

Secure Internet connectivity.

Traffic analysis.

Web site hosting.

Additional services include:

Antivirus protection.

Firewall management.

Intrusion detection.

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