TWD & Associates scores $98.8M task order for agile development

TWD & Associates has won a $98.8 million task order to provide agile development and maintenance capabilities to help sustain the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services’ records system portfolio.

The task order, a Department of Homeland Security Joint Engineering Teams-Sustainment prime task order, was awarded under the DHS EAGLE II contract vehicle.

Under the contract, TWD will work to reduce development costs, coding errors and usability concerns for USCIS by utilizing Scrum, Lean and other agile processes in the development and maintenance of applications to improve USCIS records applications.

The company’s team consists of Calibre Systems and General Dynamics Mission Systems.

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Reader Comments

Thu, Nov 5, 2015 The truth

Not a single Agile development firm on their team. Must have won on price. Guess that is what DHS gets for using an outdated vehicle like Eagle II.

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