VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA—Plurilock Security Inc. (TSXV: PLUR) (OTCQB: PLCKF) and related subsidiaries (“Plurilock” or the “Company”), an identity-centric cybersecurity solution provider for workforces, is pleased to announce that it has signed two contracts worth a combined total of approximately US$280,000 with a U.S. Federal Agency under NASA’s Solution for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (“SEWP”), a United States Government-Wide Acquisition Contract Vehicle (“GWAC”).
According to the terms of the first SEWP contract, hardware support on the U.S. Federal Agency’s Dell Storage Array has been renewed. Under the second SEWP contract, Atlassian software licenses have been sold to the agency and the Company will provide maintenance support for these products.
Given the pipeline of recent contracts signed by Plurilock, the Company continues to expand sales within the government vertical in order to establish a recurring client base.
About NASA’s SEWP and GWAC
SEWP consists of over a large pool of pre-competed prime contract holders, including more than one hundred U.S. small businesses. The contract is part of “SEWP V”, the latest version of GWAC, which NASA released in May 2015 and boasts the largest pool of contractors yet as well as detailed and automatic reporting to Chief Information Officers (“CIOs”) in order to help meet Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act.
Plurilock provides identity-centric cybersecurity for today’s workforces. Plurilock offers world-class cybersecurity solutions paired with AI-driven, cloud-friendly security technologies that deliver persistent identity assurance with unmatched ease of use. The Plurilock family of companies enables organizations to operate safely and securely—while reducing cybersecurity friction.
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Ian L. Paterson
Chief Executive Officer
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