Accenture secures $329M contract to boost cybersecurity for USAID

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has awarded a $329 million contract to Accenture Federal Services, Accenture’s subsidiary.

The services Accenture is set to deliver under this contract comprise a comprehensive package. This includes risk and compliance management, incident response, diagnostics and mitigation support, and threat intelligence and analysis. The focus will also be on enhancing the privacy protocols in place, along with cyber awareness training for USAID personnel.

The contract duration extends up to a maximum of ten years, during which Accenture will work closely with the USAID to ensure the information assurance and privacy program’s success.

[Image courtesy: USAID]

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