QinetiQ North America wins $15M in IT, software development task orders

QinetiQ North America has won two task orders worth $15 million to provide information technology and software development services to the General Services Administration’s Public Buildings Service.

The task orders were awarded under the GSA’s Information Technology and Development Services blanket purchase agreement.

Under the Enterprise Data Repository Management task order, QinetiQ North America will advance the Public Buildings-Information Technology Service’s enterprise architecture and enterprise-wide view of public building data that is critical to understanding the factors affecting cost and energy usage across the PBS inventory, the company said in a release.

Under the Building Information Modeling task order, QinetiQ will provide development and support services for the service’s building information modeling system, which will serve as the central hub of information for all GSA users.

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