Citizant gains 2 tasks on HUD enterprise architecture contract

Citizant has begun work on two new IT projects related to its current five-year, $17 million enterprise architecture contract from the Housing and Urban Development Department, the company announced Jan. 4.

Under these new tasks, Citizant is responsible for maintaining and evolving the HUD EA, which includes establishing a four-year strategic planning horizon, the announcement said.

Citizant will also support EA implementation through segment architecture development, focusing inside HUD’s major transformation initiatives. The EA support will improve the agency’s IT investment management process and refine the department’s EA governance standards.

The HUD EA organization is consistently rated among the highest and most effective in the federal government, according to the announcement.

The Chantilly, Va., government contractor has been supporting HUD’s EA initiatives since 2003.

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