CSRA wins potential $266M EPA IT contract

CSRA has won a potential five-year, $266 million contract to build and operate IT infrastructure and application platforms for the Environmental Protection Agency.

This contract consolidates work previously performed under multiple separate task orders into a single mechanism. The General Services Administration's Federal Systems Integration and Management Center awarded the contract on behalf of the EPA.

Work will encompass service areas such as data center management, application deployment, geospatial, cybersecurity, cloud computing, enterprise identity, continuity-of-operations, enterprise identity, access management and active directory.

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