House contract with tech vendor terminated due to cybersecurity incidents

House contract with tech vendor terminated due to cybersecurity incidents


Congressional offices will be forced to end their contracts with a tech vendor that provides constituent communication services due to multiple cybersecurity incidents over the past few years.

The chief administrative officer of the House of Representatives said in a recent email to the dozens of House Congressional offices that use the iConstituent vendor they would no longer be authorized to use the company’s services after Dec. 31 of this year, according to CNN.

The CAO said it was taking such drastic action because iConstituent has had multiple hacks on its systems in the past several years, and “the vendor still does not appear to have meaningfully improved their security practices,” the email noted.

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iConstituent’s problematic and delayed response to previous cyberattacks also “raise irreparable doubts about their ability to securely deliver technology services to the House,” the email added.

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