• Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Program 

    Protecting government systems and networks continues to be a top priority for the federal government. The Department of Homeland Security’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program was established in 2013 to enhance federal, state, local, regional and tribal governments’ ability to identify and mitigate the impact of emerging cyber threats. Recent changes to the procurement process have made it easier to incorporate new technologies and streamline the acquisition of tools.

    DHS and the General Services Administration have worked together to create a procurement vehicle that provides easy access to COTS tools that support the CDM mission. CDM Tools SIN 132-44 is a government-wide contracting solution through GSA IT Schedule 70 to offer these tools at an advantageous price.

    To be added to the GSA IT Schedule 70 CDM Tools SIN, the hardware and software products and associated services must first undergo a DHS product qualification process and added to the CDM Approved Products List (APL). 

    The full complement of CDM subcategories includes tools, associated maintenance and other related activities such as training. The SIN is organized by CDM capabilities into the following subcategories or phases: assets, users, events and boundary protection, data and emerging tools and technology. 

    immixGroup offers SIN 132-44 on its Schedule 70 contracts and provides a wide variety of best-of-breed cybersecurity products and solutions. The immixGroup team’s extensive knowledge of COTS cybersecurity technologies and the government procurement process facilitate rapid delivery of the best security solutions to our government customers.

    For more information, contact us: CDM@immixgroup.com

     
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