InfoZen provides ICE with range of program management support
Contract encompasses network design, implementation, system engineering
- By David Hubler
- Sep 27, 2011
InfoZen, a small-business provider of IT services to the government, is supplying program management assistance to the Homeland Security Department under a five-year prime contract valued at $90 million.
Under the contract, InfoZen is providing overall program management and engineering services to DHS’ Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office of the Chief Information Officer, a company announcement states.
InfoZen’s scope of work encompasses network design, implementation, system engineering and program management support for ICE’s IT infrastructure.
In addition to developing the agency’s enterprise network infrastructure and evaluating emerging technologies, InfoZen will provide engineering services to ensure ICE’s security posture.
The company will develop tools for enterprise health monitoring, maintenance of enterprise directory and messaging solutions, and solutions for storage-area networks. InfoZen will also implement standard and specialized IT solutions voice, satellite, broadband, and data and telecom services for ICE.
ICE personnel are located at more than 600 sites worldwide to support its mission, according to the InfoZen statement.
David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.