G2X TAKE: Beating out 13 other bidders, Iron Vine, a small business cybersecurity company that specializes in technical risk management solutions for public and private sector enterprises, has been awarded a 5 ½-year contract with the Commerce Department US Census Bureau to provide Enterprise Cybersecurity Support Services. The contract, valued at $135M, was awarded as a small business set-aside action using GSA IT-70.
- “Iron Vine Security specializes in developing technical risk management solutions for public and private sector enterprises to help clients secure their systems, networks, and, most importantly, their sensitive data. We provide expertise for computer security programs using commercial off-the-shelf and custom software tools implemented through engineering, program management, systems integration, and software development best-practices.” Source: Iron Vine
- Iron Vine has seen wide ranging success across the Federal Civilian sector of late to include being named to a $200M State Dept. Cybersecurity Support BPA award; and being awarded a $49M Information Security and Privacy Services contract with the EPA. Its listed clients include the SEC, DOS and DFC. See more here on its Federal Government capabilities and clients.
- Led by President Bill Geimer; EVP, Strategy and Business Development Ryan Brewer; and Ken Buckbinder, Senior Director, Business Development, Iron Vine was selected as one of The Baltimore Sun’s Top Workplaces in 2020.
Referenced IDV ID: 47QTCA19D00HF
Award ID: 1333LB21F00000320