Sevatec scores new modernization contract
The Transportation Security Administration has turned to Sevatec for help modernizing a suite of applications used across the agency.
Sevatec was awarded the four-year, $48 million task order as part of the GSA Alliant 2 vehicle. The company will support law enforcement and the Federal Air Marshal Service with agile design, development and applications production requirements.
Work will focus on improving software quality and value through what the company calls a software delivery supply chain. Sevatec will use human-centric design, DevSecOps, continuous cybersecurity cloud-based deployments, and analytics to create a framework. That framework aims to allow Sevatec to enhance the user experience of the application suite.
That task order is at least the third Sevatec has won since late 2019 in the area of helping agencies modernize their applications.
In November, Sevatec won a $116 million task order to modernize 50 systems and applications for GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service. Then in January, it was one of four winners of a $265 million blanket purchase agreement from the Homeland Security Department to support the chief information officer's modernization efforts.
Posted by Nick Wakeman on Jun 30, 2020 at 9:42 AM