Phacil Selected by Department of Education for Information Assurance Services< Back to news
Phacil, an award-winning company delivering leading technology solutions to the Federal Government, announced a contract win with the Department of Education’s (ED) Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) for the performance of Information Assurance (IA) services.
Phacil will provide programmatic, IA, risk management, security engineering and services support for the execution of a Department-wide Information Security Services and Risk Management (RM) program. The objective of the award is to establish and implement the ED-wide processes and management controls necessary to enable effective risk decisions, ensure tighter management and oversight of IA and security engineering practices, and improve program execution. Appropriate use of IA and security engineering methodologies and best practices will assure ED IT project managers and leadership that an appropriate level of security is implemented, sufficient controls are in place to adequately protect assets, and the information systems are operating at a satisfactory level of residual risk.
“As an agency that provides educational and employment opportunities for U.S. citizens, the Department of Education handles a great deal of sensitive, personal information that requires the most rigorous operational security controls,” said Phacil Vice President of Operations, Harry Bartel. “We are honored to work with our newest customer to implement stringent information security safeguards.”
Phacil is an award-winning company delivering leading technology solutions to the Federal Government. The Company supports customers in a large range of service areas, including Development, Integration, Operations and Maintenance, Cyber Security, Geographic Information Systems, Technical Consulting, and Business Operations Support. Phacil has received a number of industry awards, including rankings on Washington Business Journal’s Top Government Technology Contractors, CRN Solution Provider 500, and Software Magazine Software 500.
This project has been funded at least in part with Federal funds from the U.S. Department of Education under contract number ED-CIO-14-O-5022. The content of this publication does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Education nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.