CSRA snags $266 million EPA IT support contract

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CSRA has landed a $266 million contract with the Environmental Protection Agency to provide next-generation IT support.

The five-year contract directs SRA International, Inc., a CSRA subsidiary, to provide IT support for EPA research facilities and locations nationwide. Services to be provided include data center management, application hosting, application deployment and maintenance, geospatial service support, network security, cybersecurity, cloud computing, continuity-of-operations services, enterprise identity and access management, and Active Directory services.

“This contract is a tremendous opportunity for CSRA and we are excited to bring our next-generation technology to the EPA,” Executive Vice President Paul Nedzbala, head of CSRA’s Health and Civil Group, said in a release. “Through the innovation and hard work of our team and legacy operations, CSRA has solidified its reputation for excellence with our federal customers. We look forward to supporting the EPA with cutting-edge technology that is both reliable and secure.”

The contract combines multiple task orders, which CSRA says will increase efficiency and cut costs. CSRA will operate both infrastructure and application platforms for the EPA.

CSRA won a $58 million contract with the EPA in April to support its scientific visualization hardware and software and high-performance computing systems. The company also works with the Administrative Office of U.S. Courts, Federal Aviation Administration, NASA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Navy.

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