Government Cybersecurity Services & Support
R9B is a trusted Department of Defense (DoD) partner, pioneer, and leader in advanced cybersecurity training courses, operations, and capability development. Since 2011, we have developed and provided tailored cyber programs to a broad range of government clients, establishing ourselves as a top cybersecurity company. We are experienced providers of hard-to-find and highly qualified subject matter experts across a range of cybersecurity government programs. R9B utilizes industry standard project and program management software and techniques. R9B implements industry best practices to meet and exceed the needs of our government clients on a global scale.
R9B is a competitive small business possessing a top-secret facility clearance. We are currently active in SAM, supporting multiple NAICS codes; our Cage Code is 6Q995 and DUNS is 004228716. R9B has locations across the United States and has experience supporting government cybersecurity services for clients worldwide.
R9B is a trusted prime and subcontractor supporting government contracts in excess of $50 billion in ceiling value. Our support to government clients is provided across multiple key defense and civil customers, including over $10M in contracts in the last year. Below is a snapshot of some of the government programs R9B supports.
|End Customer||Scope of Contract|
|GSA OASIS||GSA OASIS is a multiple award IDIQ contract that provide flexible and innovative solutions for complex professional services.|
|NETCENTS 2||NETCENTS 2 IDIQ vehicle, established by the U.S. Air Force, provides network operations, infrastructure, and service-oriented architecture implementation and transformation services and solutions to the U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy, Department of Defense (DoD), and federal agencies.|
|SeaPort-e||The Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Warfare Centers established the Seaport Enhanced (SeaPort-e) Multiple Award Contract (MAC). This contract vehicle utilizes a web-based, e-business procurement portal, to facilitate performance-based service acquisition, leverage buying power, improve business intelligence, and reduce cycle time.|
|R23G||R23G (Rapid Response – Third Generation) provides support to technology insertion, system integration/installation, fabrication/prototyping, testing/certification, training and engineering support, for a range of equipment and anti-terrorism technology.|
|GSA / Various Agencies||Schedule 70 award under SIN 132 33 (Perpetual Software Licenses), 132 45 (HACS), 132 50 (Training Courses), and 132 51 (IT Professional Services).|
|FEDSIM IDIQ||Provide support across multiple technical and non-technical disciplines under a centralized structure.|
|STARS II||Provide high-quality information technology (IT) solutions.|
|ACT II||Execute tasks to achieve development and integration of cyber solutions contributing to the USAF Cyber Mission, as well as the Cyber Mission of partner organizations.|
|Alliant II||IT services and solutions within scope include new, leading edge and emerging technologies.|
|View GSA Catalog Listing|
|SIN 132-33: Perpetual Software||ORKOS Software|
|SIN 132-45: Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS)||Professional Cybersecurity Labor Categories to include: Cybersecurity Engineer, HUNT SME, Sr. Incident Response Analyst, Threat Intelligence SME|
|SIN 132-50: Training Courses||
|SIN 132-51: Information Technology Professional Services||Professional Labor Categories to include: Sr. Instructor, Curriculum Developer, Service Delivery, Technical Editor|