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RIVA Solutions is proud to announce it has been awarded a task order to provide IT services and support to the Information System Security Office (ISSO) at the National Institute on Aging (NIA), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The task order is part of a government-wide acquisition contract and is expected to total $5.3 million over 5 years.

Working in collaboration with the NIA IT security team, RIVA will evaluate the effectiveness of current security controls to ensure all systems, components, and services supported by NIA IT are compliant with federal security policies, processes, and procedures. RIVA will provide continuous monitoring, remediation support, and recommendations to the ISSO team to support the cybersecurity needs of NIA’s Intramural and Extramural environments while ensuring data privacy of personal information for millions of aging Americans.

“We are both thrilled and humbled to be selected by the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute on Aging (NIH NIA) to support their Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO) security initiatives,” stated Raj DasGupta, Chief Technology Officer at RIVA Solutions. “Our team at RIVA has a proven record of combining innovation with a deep understanding of our clients’ security needs. This task order award is a testament to our capabilities and commitment to safeguarding critical information. We are eager to leverage our expertise to contribute to NIH NIA’s mission and to enhance the security of their vital systems, ensuring the integrity of research data and the privacy of millions of Americans.”

The task falls under NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center contract number 75N98120D00070. The content of this news release is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH.

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