CollabraLink books $50M Education IT BPA

CollabraLink has won a $50 million blanket purchase agreement to develop and modernize IT applications for the Education Department as part of a full lifecycle development support effort.

All Education Department offices and programs will utilize the pact that also covers operations and maintenance services, CollabraLink said Monday.

McLean, Virginia-based CollabraLink has supported the department since 2009. The company will use agile and “DevOps” methodologies to support the department’s internal and public-facing applications.

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