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GSA Schedule IT 70 Cybersecurity HCAS - Press Release

On Aug 26, 2019, GRAY TIER TECHNOLOGIES, LLC, A Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), was awarded GSA Contract No. 47QTCA19D00JS under GSA Schedule70 GENERAL PURPOSE COMMERCIAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT, SOFTWARE, AND SERVICES. Below are the details relating to the awarded IDIQ Contract.

Gray Tier Technologies continues to grow

Gray Tier Technologies continues the positive trend in January and February 2017.  By the end of February Gray Tier will add 5 new employees to its staff, mostly to the JSP-DCO effort.  Gray Tier Technologies continues to focus on highly technical talent which will assist the Pentagon Computer Incident Response Team as Cyber Intelligent Analysts and Incident Handlers. We are excited to introduce Andrei Watts, Sergio Capp, Wynoka Munlyn, Brandon Burrell, & Matt Krieger to the Gray Tier Family.   

Gray Tier Technologies is growing: The long road taken

Gray Tier Technologies would like to introduce our first employee, Daniel Harbuz.  As Gray Tier Technologies set out on this path 18 months ago, adding bright and talented people into the family is always our goal.  With his Military leadership background and technical knowledge, Dan fits Gray Tier's mold perfectly.  I am excited to have Dan start this new challenge with us, and we look forward to working with him to further develop Gray Tier Technologies into a stronger InfoSec company.

Gray Tier Technologies on Winning Team for JSP CND-SP

Gray Tier Technologies LLC was on the winning team that won a task order through the Department of Defense Joint Service Provider program to develop and deploy an in-depth security network strategy that will deter and neutralize malicious activities for various offices within the Pentagon. The $114 million task order was awarded under the CIO-SP3 contract vehicle, and has a period of performance over four and a half years.

Gray Tier Technologies on Winning Team for USCC TO-1

Gray Tier Technologies LLC was on the winning team which won The General Services Administration and USCYBERCOM announced the Multiple Award, Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (MA-IDIQ) contract, which is valued at up to $460 million, on Friday, May 20.  Vencore also received the first task order under the contract, valued at $89 million, and will begin performing the work in June.   Congratulations Team!