HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT
Capgemini to support USCIS T&E under $53M EAGLE II task order
- By Mark Hoover
- Oct 20, 2016
Capgemini Government Solutions has won a $53 million task order to provide independent testing and evaluation services for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
The goal of the three-year task order, which was awarded under the Homeland Security Department’s EAGLE II contract vehicle, is to help USCIS address the demands of its customers in the digital age, Capgemini said in a release.
Under the task order, the company will support USCIS’ Testing Center of Excellence, which focuses on IT testing services that support Agile practices, DevOps methodologies and continuous integration.
Capgemini will support the Center by providing independent testing and evaluation services for the agency’s operational and transformational systems. The company will also implement its testing processes and Agile principles to support the agency’s testing operations.
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