SBG Awarded Department of Veterans Affairs Audit Support Contract

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SBG Awarded Department of Veterans Affairs Audit Support Contract

Alexandria, Va., July 2nd, 2018- SBG Technology Solutions, Inc. (SBG) is pleased to support the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Inspector General’s (OIG’s) Federal Information Security Modernization Act (FISMA) audit functions. Under the auspices of the VA’s Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) contract vehicle, SBG has been awarded a contract with the Quality, Privacy and Risk (QPR) division of the Office of Information and Technology to support the OIG FISMA audit cycle processes assigned to QPR.

“SBG is excited to partner with the VA in achieving its mission to provide high quality, effective, and efficient IT services to those responsible for providing care to the Veterans at the point-of-care as well as throughout all the points of the Veterans’ health care.” stated Carlos Del Toro, President and CEO of SBG. Supporting the VA in this important initiative leverages the dedication to innovation in the field of Cyber Security and the core competency SBG has built over the past several years. Highlights have included assisting customers in developing Risk Management Framework (RMF) policy and migrating systems to ensure RMF compliance; supporting the VA in the Cyber Security Program and Policy Office; as well as working with various customers to ensure the highest levels of IT system availability and security.

About SBG Technology Solutions: SBG is a nationwide service provider offering IT Governance, Enterprise Modernization, and Cyber Security innovation to federal and commercial clients. Our clients have included VA; Department of Health and Human Services, Defense Health Agency; U.S. Navy; Army National Guard; Defense Intelligence Agency; Defense Threat Reduction Agency; and the Transportation Security Administration, inter alia. For more information, visit

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