USDA awards $51.2M data support contract

Harmonia Holdings Group of Blacksburg, Va., received two task orders worth $51.2 million from the U.S. Agriculture Department for data administration and business intelligence support.

The contract will support the Farm Services Agency’s Database Management Office.

The office is responsible for designing, maintaining, securing, and delivering the data that support the FSA programs.

Harmonia Holdings is a woman-owned, small disadvantaged business in a qualified historically underutilized business zone.

USDA made the award April 29.


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