KeyLogic captures two EPA contracts
- By William Welsh
- Jun 30, 2004
KeyLogic Systems Inc. has won two contracts totaling $6.1 million from the Environmental Protection Agency, the company announced today.
Under a three-year, $4.1 million contract, KeyLogic of Columbia, Md., will continue to support and expand the Budget Automation System it has been developing for the EPA's Office of the Chief Financial Officer for the last three years.
The contract was awarded under the General Services Administration's Historically Underutilized Business Zone governmentwide acquisition contract.
The system integrates budget, performance and financial information for the agency. The new system helped the agency achieve performance goals that resulted in its receiving the 2003 President's Award for Management and Excellence in the area of improved financial performance, the company said.
Under a two-year, $2 million contract, KeyLogic will continue to transform data into knowledge with the eFacts Knowledge Management System. The contract is the second one the company has been awarded in support of the Superfund Program, a division of the EPA's Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation. The company has been supporting the program since 2001.
The eFacts Knowledge Management System provides extensive capabilities to EPA management with the latest Superfund site activity information.
Previously, the agency could produce only 12 reports per month on the Superfund program, but with eFacts it can produce as many as 1.5 million reports per month with 75 percent fewer man hours, the company said.
In addition, the system updates more than 50,000 reports nightly.
KeyLogic is certified in the Small Business Administration's Historically Underutilized Business Zone program. The company, a provider of knowledge management, program management and e-government solutions, has more than 60 employees and annual sales of $5 million.
William Welsh is a freelance writer covering IT and defense technology.