USPS OIGWhen you partner with Millennium, you’ll have access to our United States Postal Service (USPS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) Information Technology Security Testing Ordering Agreement contract which provides the following opportunities:

End Date: October 23, 2021

Awarding Agency: USPS OIG

Contract Ceiling: N/A

Under the Ordering Agreement awarded to Millennium by the USPS Office of Inspector General, Millennium performs penetration testing and vulnerability assessment services for the USPS OIG and constituent organizations. The OIG’s Office of Audit, IT Directorate engages Millennium resources on a Labor Hour basis, with cost reimbursable (no fee) travel.

Functional Scope:
Millennium assists the USPS OIG IT Audit Directorate in assessing the Postal Service environment by performing enumeration, vulnerability assessments, and penetration tests. The USPS OIG is an independent federal law enforcement agency within the U.S. Postal Service. Its mission is to conduct objective and independent audits, reviews, and investigations relating to Postal Service programs and operations and to keep the Postal Service Governors, Postal Service management, and Congress informed of problems, deficiencies, and corresponding corrective actions. The Information Technology (IT) Directorate assesses whether Postal Service information resources provide the highest level of security, reliability, and value expected by Postal Service customers.

Task Order Types: Labor Hour, with a cost-reimbursable (no fee) line item for travel

Our Point of Contact:
Matthew Hulse