Washington, DC – July 28, 2021

ShorePoint Inc., a cybersecurity services company that protects customers’ critical assets from cyber threats, today announced it was awarded a five-year $300 million blanket purchase agreement (BPA) to provide cybersecurity and support services to the U.S. Department of Education (DoED) Office of Federal Student Aid.

“We are excited at the opportunity to provide services for the DoED Chief Information Officer and Office of Federal Student Aid toward building resilience against evolving cyber threats,” said Matt Brown, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of ShorePoint. “Our educational institutions, at all levels, are the lifeblood of our nation’s ability to compete globally. We look forward to a successful collaboration to achieve lower risk, maximize cyber resilience and drive efficiency on behalf of the people and programs served by this vital federal agency that promotes student achievement through educational excellence and the assurance of equal access.”

The BPA will provide cybersecurity and privacy support services for the implementation of cybersecurity policies, IT enterprise infrastructure protection, and the protection of sensitive data. Other areas of support covered by the contract include cybersecurity risk management and compliance; information systems security services; cybersecurity operations; software capability operations and maintenance; security architecture support; security engineering; and continuous diagnostics and mitigation.

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Launched in 2017, ShorePoint is committed to driving positive change in the community and for its clients. The company continuously invests in and promotes professional and technical growth for each employee to remain on the forefront of cybersecurity best practices. ShorePoint offers clients unmatched cybersecurity experience in federal civilian, defense, and intelligence communities, as well as commercial support in technology financial and healthcare industries.