DHS blanket purchase
DHS Taps Dignari to Provide ICAM Support Services Under $99M Contract
Technology and analytics company Dignari has signed a blanket purchase agreement with the Department of Homeland Security for the procurement of identity, credential and access management support services.
Under the single-award $99 million contract, the company is tasked with providing a full range of services in support of the mission needs of the DHS.
The contract has a five-year period of performance and there is a chance that the current estimated value could increase, Dignari said Wednesday.
Under the BPA, DHS, along with all of its components, will get access to various services, including program and project management support; program operations and technical support; engineering support; and databases, reports and documentation support.
As needed, Dignari will deliver software development and implementation support; systems operations and maintenance; and information technology infrastructure and virtualization and cloud development services, among others.
Dignari has been supporting DHS since the company’s inception in 2013.
In a statement, Dignari founder and Chief Executive Officer Gena Alexa said that the company looks forward to applying its core capabilities in areas such as program strategy, human-centered design and data analytics to improve information and physical security across the Homeland Security Department.
The contractor is a Small Business Administration-certified women-owned company. According to Dignari’s profile, its specializations include digital identity, internet of things, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, automation and user experience.
Category: Federal Civilian
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