Foxhole Technology Awarded DISA SCM Contract


Foxhole Technology has been awarded the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Secure Configuration Management (SCM) Development and Operations contract. Awarded on the DISA Development and Business Center (DBC), Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA), HC1028-17-A-0010, the contract provides a period of performance through June 19, 2021, with a 6-mpnth extension through  December 18, 2021.

Foxhole Technology will provide services and support for the entire SCM portfolio – including the integration and optimization of enterprise cyber security applications, tools and data standards to support automated processes used in cyber blue force tracking, risk management, near-real time awareness of devices and software inventory and configurations. The SCM Core Systems for development and sustainment include: Asset Inventory Management Module (AIMM); Content Management and Content Infrastructure.

The SCM portfolio dovetails perfectly with the long-term work Foxhole Technology currently provides on the DISA Continuous Monitoring and Risk Scoring Development and Sustainment (CMRS) contract (recently re-awarded to Foxhole Technology). Although CMRS is not part of the SCM portfolio, CMRS is the primary consumer of data from SCM portfolio tools, and is the data producer for other SCM portfolio tools. 

 "We look forward to supporting the sustainment and enhancement of existing SCM capabilities, while also providing the rapid implementation of new features, updates and improvements – including the redesign of SCM capabilities to better meet operational requirements," stated Dee Rider, Program Manager, CMRS and SCM, Foxhole Technology.

Foxhole Technology will provide services in the following tasks areas:

  • Task Area 1 - TO Management Support
  • Task Area 2 - Software Design
  • Task Area 3 - Software Development Support
  • Task Area 4 - Tier III Support
  • Task Area 5 - Product Subject Matter Expert (SME) Support

DISA DBC provides next generation, net-centric network operations (NetOps) and defensive cyber operations (DCO) capabilities for combatant commanders, joint/combined task forces, services, and agencies across the entire Department of Defense Information Network (DoDIN).  In concert with the Department of Defense (DoD) migration to the Big Data Platform (BDP) concept, DoD programs are designated to provide the situational awareness by employing specialized components and analytic architectures that result in dynamic visualizations of potential and actual malicious trends and behavior.

For more information, please contact Mark Cosgrove.