Indus to upgrade EPA data systems

Indus Corp. will build new data systems for the Environmental Protection Agency under a seven-year, $37 million contract.

Indus will develop, enhance and support key integrative data systems for EPA's Office of Environmental Information.

Under this new contract, the company, based in Vienna, Va., will provide expertise in software development, software engineering and data integration. The company will also provide Web data services, geospatial, business intelligence, enterprise architecture and service-oriented architecture technologies.

The award will help EPA to ensure that its Facility Registry System continues to provide accurate and comprehensive environmental information about facilities and sites throughout the United States, said Shiv Krishnan, Indus' chairman and chief executive officer.

The contract is for one base year and six option years.

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