SRA to support tracking of delinquent parents
- By Roseanne Gerin
- Feb 17, 2005
SRA International Inc. won a $59.9 million task order from the Health and Human Services Department to manage and monitor its expanded Federal Parent Locator Service system, the company said today.
The task order was awarded under the NIH Chief Information Officer - Solutions and Partners 2 Innovations contract, which provides IT hardware, software, systems and services to government agencies.
Under the task order, SRA will supervise support of the Federal Parent Locator Service system, which tracks delinquent child support payments. State and local child support agencies use data in the system to locate non-custodial parents who are behind with their child care payments. Authorized federal agencies also use the data for preventing fraud and recouping erroneous payments. SRA has provided program management and operations support for the system since 1996.
SRA's responsibilities include:
- Conducting independent testing of system changes
- Performing quality reviews of the data produced by the system
- Providing technical support to states
- Providing support for capital planning and investment control activities
- Gathering and analyzing management information to determine trends and benefits of the systems' data
- Reviewing business and systems requirements to ensure the system meets all legal and regulatory requirements.
SRA's teammates include Northrop Grumman Corp., Attainit Inc., the Center for the Support of Families, Insight Solutions Inc., Knowledge Integrity Inc. and Millennium Solutions Inc.
Fairfax, Va.-based SRA provides IT services and solutions to federal government agencies and is No. 31 on Washington Technology's 2004 Top 100 list of prime federal contractors. It employs approximately 3,400 workers and had revenue of $615.8 million for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2004.