Pragmatics wins contract to support bank regulator

Pragmatics Inc. has won a $23.2 million task order to support administrative and bank supervision systems for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

The McLean, Va., company will provide operation and maintenance services. The task order was awarded under the Enterprise Systems Support Services contract.

Pragmatics has support of the Office of the Comptroller for 16 years, said Paul Stasser, the company's chief operating officer.

The office is a Treasury Department bureau. It charters, regulates, and supervises national banks. The office supervises 1,648 institutions with national bank charters and 50 federal branches of foreign banks in the United States.

The services Pragmatics will provide include systems engineering and architecture; application and business system maintenance; production support, administration and operations; technical assistance; transition support; and Web publishing support.

The contract is structured with service-level agreements, Strasser said.

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