Cellebrite Announces Availability of Mobile Device Forensics Solutions

All federal government agencies can now use NASA SEWP V and National Institutes of Health CIO-CS contracts to streamline procurement of Cellebrite’s UFED mobile forensics solution.Cellebrite, the leader in mobile forensic extraction, decoding and analysis solutions, announces that its full suite of UFED products and applications is available to federal government agencies under NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) V contract and National Institutes of Health (NIH) CIO-Commodities Solutions (CIO-CS). Already widely used by federal government customers, Cellebrite’s UFED Portfolio of products allows investigators to quickly extract, decode, analyze and share evidence from mobile devices in the field or the lab.

Availability through both contract vehicles will streamline procurement options for Cellebrite’s industry-leading UFED solutions, saving federal customers time, money and resources. Select technology reseller partners and systems integrators will provide access to the latest mission-critical innovations in mobile forensic technology to a greater range of federal law enforcement, military, and intelligence agencies.

“Providing simplified availability to our UFED suite of market-leading mobile forensic solutions through these new contracting vehicles is good for our customers,” said Jim Grady, CEO, Cellebrite USA. “Working with our partners, we are excited to offer federal agency customers greater access to our latest technologies to enable investigators in the lab and in the field to conduct forensically sound, logical extractions of device texts, call logs and emails.”

The NASA SEWP V and NIH’s CIO-CS are Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWAC) that provide value and cost savings for federal agencies by using innovative procurement tools and processes for the latest in information technology products and services. The SEWP V and CIO-CS contracts give NASA, NIH and all federal agencies the opportunity to acquire a wide range of state-of-the-art information technology equipment and related services.

For more information on how agencies can purchase Cellebrite solutions, please call (201) 848-8552 or contact us.


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