CSSI wins $15.8M task order to support FAA database and application management

CSSI has won a five-year $15.8 million task order to provide the Federal Aviation Administration with development and maintenance of enterprise-level database and application management tools.

This task order was awarded under the company’s SE2020 contract.

Among these tools is the Simplified Program Information Reporting & Evaluation system, which provides the FAA with a capability for oversight of close to 200 programs, the company said in a release.

The company plans to allot 15 full-time and part-time employees to complete the work under the contract, which consists of three parts: managing IT infrastructure, overseeing application management and performing a technical refresh of applications.

The company is teaming with JRCS and Touzon Technologies on the contract.

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