Sevatec takes early award under GSA's COMET vehicle

Sevatec has won one of the initial task orders under the General Services Administration's COMET blanket purchase agreement to help agencies modernize their digital services.

The company captured a potential five-year, $116 million task order known as the Halley’s COMET task order to support over 50 systems and applications for GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service.

COMET was awarded to 12 companies in late September as a vehicle for agencies looking to modernize various IT systems.

Under the Halley task order, Sevatec will help FAS move to a secure cloud-centric platform and use more cloud native, open source and other technologies, the company said in a release.

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