G2X TAKE: Beating out seven other bidders, small business Iron Vine Security was awarded a five-year, $18M contract by the Department of the Treasury’s Office of the Comptroller of the Currency for cyber security assessments and compliance. The contract was awarded as a small business set-aside action using GSA MAS.
- This appears to be Iron Vine’s first Prime award with the Department of the Treasury, though they have scored a number of recent wins across the broader Federal Civilian sector to include an MCC $15M Privacy and Cybersecurity Services BPA; a $9M Education CPSS Specialized Tools task; and an Education $37M FSA Cybersecurity and Privacy Support Services (CPSS) task.
- To close out 2020, Iron Vine reported a milestone year with a continued 100% success winning incumbent contract recompetes and its first Prime full-and-open contract win, resulting in 15% top line year-over-year growth in 2020. Iron Vine was recently named a Top Security Assessment Services Company for 2021. Read more here.
- Iron Vine is led by President William Geimer and founding partners Jason Figley and Brent Duckworth.
- Iron Vine was named to the list of NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the Federal sector in 2020 and for years to come.
RFP ID: 2031JW22Q00022
Award ID: 2031JW22F00042
Referenced IDV ID: 47QTCA19D00HF