Pragmatics wins $10M in task orders to support USPTO

Pragmatics has won a number of task orders totaling $10 million to support the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

The task orders were awarded under the USPTO Software Development & Integration Next Generation contract.

Under this contract, Pragmatics provides software development services in order to maintain and modernize a portfolio of USPTO patent, trademark and corporate applications, the company said in a release.

Services to be provided under the task orders include application maintenance, agile software development, content management and user-centered design.

These task orders extend a relationship that Pragmatics has had with the U.S. Commerce Department since 2012, said Pragmatics COO Joe Brock.

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