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DHS CISA’s CDM Program Expands to SEWP V

Four Inc. is excited to announce that the DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has expanded the procurement portfolio for their Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program to include the NASA SEWP V contract.

The CDM program works with industry to identify automated tools which strengthen the government’s ability to monitor & manage the treat of cyber vulnerabilities. Vendors submit software products to CISA for evaluation, and products that meet the agency’s requirements are added to the Approved Product List (APL).

Approved products fit into one or more of the following categories:

  • Asset Management
  • Identity & Access Management
  • Network Security Management
  • Data Protection Management
  • Future Capabilities.

Until now, the only DHS sanctioned path to procure these items were through a GSA SIN, which limits participation to GSA Letter of Supply (LOS) holders only. The recent expansion to include NASA SEWP V will provide all federal agencies with access to a broader set of products and vendors.

The NASA SEWP V CDM program will be supported as an Agency Catalog, open for all federal agencies and approved federal contractors (including DEFEND System Integrators). Products are currently still available through the GSA CDM Catalog SIN.

Four Inc. currently supports IBM security products on both the GSA and SEWP V platforms and looks forward to working with our industry partners to grow the offering through NASA SEWP.

For more information on leveraging the CDM program, contact your Four Inc. account representative or sales@fourinc.com.

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