Telos to manage GSA tech

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Telos has signed a contract with the General Services Administration to collaborate in managing and securing the agency's information technology infrastructure.

Telos described the company's role under the five-year, $3 million contract as a teaming arrangement. The company will work with GSA's Federal Acquisition Service to protect GSA's enterprise infrastructure. Telos' task order for the first year is worth about $600,000. Four additional one-year options are each worth the same amount.

Telos has experience managing security vulnerabilities for GSA and has performed similar work for the Defense Department, ensuring that Pentagon networks comply with DOD and National Institute of Standards and Technology guidelines.

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