March 03, 2021 — Credence has been awarded a contract for the CDC’s Office of Chief Information Officer (OCIO) under our CIO-SP3 SB contract. The OCIO, Cybersecurity Program Office (CSPO), is tasked with providing information security protections that deter and prevent the magnitude of harm resulting from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, or destruction of information collected or maintained by the CDC and its information systems. The purpose of this contract is to provide comprehensive policy and information assurance services under the guidance of CDC’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). The work includes support with compliance activities ensuring Information System’s Security policies and standards are met to protect government assets and ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of those assets.
Credence will provide the government with the Cybersecurity Policy and Information Assurance Services necessary to protect and maintain the availability, integrity, and confidentiality of the OCIO’s information technology systems and data. Credence will furnish support with compliance activities ensuring Information System’s Security policies and standards are met to protect CDC IT assets and ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of those assets. In this capacity, Credence will provide program management, risk management, governance, compliance, training, and technical operational support to ensure CSPO’s continued development into a mature platform characterized by formal, repeatable processes, and quality customer service.
Credence understands that the CDC requires a robust and secure IT infrastructure as well as emerging capabilities to accomplish its mission. Since 2005, Credence has excelled in leveraging talented personnel, cutting-edge innovation, and approved agile solutions to defend our information in transit and at rest against malicious actors. Credence’s work with multiple government agencies places them at the forefront of cybersecurity; spanning information assurance, secure communications, network defense, risk management and emerging capabilities to support a new front in warfare.