CyberData to assist GSA with business intelligence

CyberData Technologies Inc. has won a five-year, $27 million contract from the General Services Administration to provide a business intelligence framework for GSA's Public Buildings Service.

Under the terms of the contract, CyberData of Herndon, Va., will provide architectural and software evaluations and recommendations, compile and analyze business requirements, and build business intelligence technologies for PBS.

The business intelligence framework will lay the foundation for PBS' business lines moving forward, the company said.

Other CyberData federal customers are the Office of Management and Budget, Drug Enforcement Administration and the Justice Department.

Cyberdata is a woman-owned 8(a) company that specializes in delivering information system solutions to the government and commercial sectors.

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