Caelum wins GSA task order for Integrated Award Environment

Caelum Research Corp. will help the General Services Administration with its Integrated Award Environment under a $9 million task order.

The IAE is the system GSA uses to award and administer grants, loans, contracts and other intergovernmental transactions.

Under the task order, Caelum will help with technical governance, support system development, integration and related program management support services.

GSA is implementing an architecture that will use user-centric design well as Agile development, data transparency, open source, open APIs and proper security protocols.

Caelum is teamed with Robbins Gioia to provide the services.

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