CollabraLink wins $50M BPA for Education's web activities

CollabraLink Technologies has won a $50 million blanket purchase agreement with the Education Department to provide web support services.

These services include program management; systems engineering and design support; technical, software/web development support; data analysis; systems security; and information assurance support, the company said in a release.

Under the 60-month BPA, CollabraLink will support all of the department’s web-based development activities.

Initial task orders are to provide operations and maintenance and enhancement services for the website, which is a critical source of information for all of the department’s constituents, the company said.

Future task orders will continue the web support services and emerging technology-oriented functions, including mobile development and responsive web design, Collabralink said.

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