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Dignari to Provide Enterprise Services to CBP Under $450M BPA

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Dignari to Provide Enterprise Services to CBP Under $450M BPA

Dignari announced that it has secured a position on a potential five-year, $450 million Customs and Border Protection multi-award blanket purchase agreement to provide enterprise services in support of agency mission requirements.

With the BPA, the CBP can access a professional services suite for enhanced decision-making, including portfolio, program and project management; business intelligence and data analytics; business and technology transformation; acquisition management; and logistics and asset management, Dignari said

According to Gena Alexa, CEO of Dignari, the company will use its core competencies in program strategy, strategic communications and data analytics to meet the CBP’s mission needs.

The awards, set aside for small businesses, were already announced in 2023. Six companies, however, filed protests with the Government Accountability Office, halting the BPA work.

Earlier in March, the Court of Federal Claims entered a final judgment in favor of CBP, enabling the agency to move forward with the BPA.

Besides Dignari, CPB also selected Niyam IT, Novilo Technology Solutions, Indev Consultancy, Centrifuge, Zantech, Flatter, CTEC and Chevo to offer services under the contract.

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