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TRAX Achieves Perfect Score on DoD JSVA

Assessment regarded as transitional certification for CMMC authorized by Defense Industrial Base Cybersecurity Assessment Center

TRAX successfully completed the U.S. DoD Defense Industrial Base Cybersecurity Assessment Center (DIBCAC) Joint Surveillance Voluntary Assessment (JSVA) program in January 2024. The JSVA program is a transitional certification to Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC), a new cybersecurity framework for Defense Industrial Base (DIB) contractors.

The JSVA program allows DIB contractors to voluntarily be jointly assessed by a CMMC-accredited third-party assessment organization and DIBCAC to demonstrate the company has the cybersecurity maturity to be a DoD trusted partner, ahead of the DoD’s Proposed Final Rule for the CMMC program.

DIBAC officials and Forvis Mazars, TRAX’s third-party auditor, measured TRAX against all 110 cybersecurity practices and awarded TRAX a perfect 110-point score. The DIBAC certificate will convert into a Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Level 2 accreditation once the Proposed Final Rule is in place.

“TRAX has a long history of supporting our Department of Defense customers in various environments and at all levels of security,” said Brian J. Clark, TRAX CEO and president. “We are proud to demonstrate the maturity of our cybersecurity practices and the measures we have in place through the DIBCAC program to provide them with the safest levels of support possible.”

About TRAX International Corporation

TRAX is a leading provider of professional and technical services for U.S. federal government agencies, and energy solutions for commercial clients. TRAX specializes in test and evaluation, IT and engineering, and logistics and outsourced services. Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, with a corporate office in Aberdeen, Maryland, the company has operations across the U.S. and Central and Latin America.

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