Graham Technologies has been awarded a prime contract with the Peace Corps to provide cybersecurity services working within the Peace Corps’ Security Operations Center supporting incident response, systems monitoring, and forensics analysis.

Contract Number: GS35F513BA/GSA MAS HACS SIN 54151HACS
Period of Performance: 2/1/2022 – 1/31/2027
Ceiling: Multimillion-dollar contract, competitively granted
Contract Description: Security Operations Center (SOC) services, Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS)

Graham Technologies looks forward to contributing to the Peace Corps’ mission to support communities abroad in these challenging times by providing cybersecurity services and enhancing security operations.

  • Systems Monitoring
  • Performing hardware and software evaluation
  • Security testing to assess and improve security features
  • Supporting a variety of SOC technologies, including IDS/IPS, SIEM, and more

“Leveraging our cybersecurity past performance with a wide range of federal and civilian agencies, our team will provide technical expertise in cyber intelligence, vulnerability analysis, threat hunting, and security engineering to support the mission of the Peace Corps’ Security Operations Center,” states Nancy Peaslee, Program Manager.

Graham Technologies is uniquely positioned to support the Peace Corps with our comprehensive cybersecurity capabilities offering a comprehensive suite of cybersecurity services including, leadership and subject matter expertise in threat intelligence, incident management and handling, penetration testing, forensics, as well as Governance, risk management, and compliance skills.

“This award fits into our strategic goal of providing a comprehensive suite of security operations services to the federal government. This competitive award further demonstrates Graham Technologies’ position as an industry leader in cybersecurity operations and governance.”
— William Graham, CEO, Graham Technologies