Corserva has an active SAM registration.
DUNS Number: 825020035 CAGE: 0ZXJ7
Corserva is a small disadvantaged business as defined by the federal government. We are listed in sba.gov, and you can find us in the Dynamic Small Business Search.
The company is a state certified minority business enterprise (MBE). We are a proud member of the Greater New England Minority Supplier Development Council (GNEMSDC).
Corserva provides IT managed services for government entities. We own two geographically dispersed, SSAE 16 SOC2, HIPAA and PCI compliant data centers in Trumbull, Connecticut and Orlando, Florida. We are not the middle man between you and another colocation vendor. We are your direct contact when you have a problem.
When you have an issue that needs to be resolved, you have multiple ways to contact us 24x7x365. Our US-based technicians are a professional team of trained network, security, and service desk specialists. While resolving issues, we keep you informed every step of the way.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) develops and issues standards, guidelines, and other publications to assist in managing cost effective programs to protect information and information systems of federal agencies. NIST 800-53 provides a catalog of security controls for all US federal information systems except those related to national security.
Companies that manufacture parts and provide services for suppliers serving federal and local governments should be compliant with the latest NIST 800-171 mandate as of December 31, 2017. NIST dictates how Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) is stored and accessed.
It’s never too late to get started down the path to NIST compliance. You will protect any existing contracts you already have, plus gain a competitive advantage for future business.
Learn more about your options for complying with the NIST mandate by reading “The Definitive Guide to Compliance with the NIST 800-171 Mandate.”
You can learn more about NIST compliance in the blog post, “Leveraging NIST Assessments to Become NIST Compliant.” For most companies, the easiest, most efficient, and most economical route to become NIST compliant is to use a third party to perform a NIST 800-171 assessment. Corserva offers a specific program to enable companies to become NIST compliant.
NAICS (North American Industry Classification System) codes
Corserva falls under the following NAICS (North American Industry Classification System) codes:
423430 – Computer and Computer Peripheral Equipment and Software Merchant Wholesalers
541512 – Computer Systems Design Services
541513 – Computer Facilities Management Services
541519 – Other Computer Related Services
811212 – Computer and Office Machine Repair and Maintenance
PSC (Product and Services) codes
These are the product and services available from Corserva to the US government, as defined by the following PSCs (product and service codes):
D316 – IT and Telecom – Telecommunications Network Management
D305 – IT and Telecom – Teleprocessing, Timeshare, and Cloud Computing
D321 – IT and Telecom – Help Desk
D310 – IT and Telecom – Cybersecurity and Data Backup
D325 – IT and Telecom – Data Centers and Storage
D324 – IT and Telecom – Business Continuity
Originally named PCNet, Inc., Corserva was founded in 1985 as the IT Shared Services Division of the Dun & Bradstreet Corporation (D&B). At the time, D&B was the global information services leader with brands such as AC Nielsen, Gartner, and Moody’s. In 1993, PCNet, Inc. was spun out of Dun & Bradstreet as a privately held, independent company and quickly added a number of Fortune 1000 clients to its customer base.
In 2013, the Corserva division was launched under PCNet, Inc. to create a focus on managed IT services. On January 1, 2017, the name of the company was officially changed to Corserva and all products and services of the company were brought under the single Corserva brand.
Interested in becoming compliant with the NIST 800-171 mandate?
Request a free conference call with Corserva’s experts in compliance.