Working with Federal, State and Local government agencies can be challenging. As a Government Contractor, your technology needs to be efficient, reliable, scalable, and secure so you can fulfill your contracts and projects.
As an award-winning managed IT services company, with offices in Washington, DC, Baltimore, MD & Columbia, MD, DP Solutions works with government contractors like you to streamline your technology systems and take IT management off your plate.
Our technology services allow you to focus on more important, bigger-picture work like securing new contracts and developing your organizational strategy.
See why our Government Contractor clients enjoy working with us!
DP Solutions will help take your firm’s tech to higher levels with IT solutions for Government Contractors, including:
Cloud Services: We’ll design a cloud solution that’s just right for you. When you need to meet tight deadlines and time-sensitive work, we’ll make sure your data and important files are hosted securely and available when and where you need them.
Security Operations Center (SOC)-as-a-Service: Through our partnership with Arctic Wolf, We provide comprehensive managed detection and response with 24×7 monitoring for vulnerability assessment, threat analysis, and incident response.
24x7 Tech Support: You need help when you need it! Our Service Desk is locally staffed and available to you around-the-clock to fix computer problems that arise at any hour of the day.
Security & Compliance: You’ve got loads of confidential and personally identifiable information (PII) and it’s critical that you protect it. From Phishing Training & Testing to complete Managed Network Security, we’ll help you minimize your risk and keep your data safe.
Technology Planning & Road Mapping: As a DP Solutions’ client, you’ll benefit from regular strategy sessions, quarterly business reviews and technology road-mapping with your dedicated account management team.
Contact us to find out how DP Solutions can help your government contracting agency grow through technology!