Arlington-based Accenture Federal Services has won a $118 million contract from the State Department to help the Bureau of Consular Affairs reduce fraud and handle data replication for passports and visas. The five-year contract includes work supporting a department database that serves as a hub for information between other government branches in support of homeland security.
Arlington contractor to streamline TSA systems
Arlington-based Accenture Federal Services announced Monday that it has won a $199 million, seven-year contract from the Transportation Security Administration. Under the contract, AFS will help the TSA, which is part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, consolidate three credentialing systems onto one platform to improve threat response and the administration’s evolving operational needs.
Perspecta Engineering subsidiary will provide IT services
Federal contractor Peraton Inc.’s subsidiary, Perspecta Engineering Inc., landed a potential 10-year, almost $2.69 billion contract to assist the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the company announced Wednesday. Under the indefinite quantity, indefinite quantity contract, Peraton will assist with Data Center and Cloud Optimization Support Services, providing information technology and other relevant professional services to
Herndon-based company to work on business intelligence services for Customs and Border Protection
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security awarded Herndon-based ManTech, a technology contractor for U.S. defense, intelligence and federal civilian agencies, a five-year, $273 million contract to provide business intelligence support services for Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the company announced Thursday. Under the contract, ManTech will perform services that prevent crime and terrorism, according to
Tysons-based contractor to assist efforts countering weapons of mass destruction
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) awarded Tysons-based government and defense contractor LMI a $77.5 million contract to support and advise the department on efforts to prevent chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear attacks. LMI will provide services to the DHS Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) Office. The company will offer expertise on chemical,
Arlington contractor to analyze data for criminal, fraud, risk and terrorism prevention
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security awarded Arlington-based federal technology contractor CACI International Inc. a five-year, $86.5 million task order to analyze open-source data to prevent criminal, fraud, risk and terrorism activity. Under the task order, CACI will work to identify event patterns through data analysis approaches aimed at detecting criminal groups, conspiracies and activities