InfoZen nabs $12 million immigration software contract

Bethesda, Md.-based InfoZen has won a new $12 million contract to support the federal government’s transition to a paperless electronic immigration system.

The contract was awarded by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, a Homeland Security Dept. agency.

The three-year prime contract entails integrating work products of up to twenty agile development teams and establishing a modernized, reusable code base for the agency, employing open source tools to provide continuous software integration, InfoZen said in a news release.

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