Sevatec wins $65M task order to provide agile app development to USCIS

Sevatec has won a $65 million task order to support the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service.

The task order, called the Joint Engineering Teams – Sustainment task order, was awarded under the Homeland Security Department’s EAGLE II contract.

Under the contract, Sevatec will provide Agile application development and maintenance solutions for customer service systems aimed at improving and prioritizing the immigration user experience, the company said in a release.

The company will be responsible for enhancing the legacy customer service applications through automated code maintenance with continuous integration and advanced code testing, operational maintenance, consolidated user interfaces, and security services.

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