FRC Secures Nearly $900M in State Department Modernization Contracts
Federal Resources Corp. announced that it has secured three Department of State contracts totaling $881 million to provide technical and functional support services, software as a service and hardware for the modernization of the communications and marketing platforms of two of its bureaus.
The contracts, spanning five years each, aim to enhance the government’s communication capabilities regarding U.S. foreign policy priorities and diplomacy to both domestic and international audiences, FRC said.
FRC, known for its cybersecurity solutions and professional services, said it will assist the Bureau of Global Public Affairs and the Bureau of Global Talent Management in their mission to safeguard American values and policies, thus improving governance processes and coordination.
The company’s expertise in cloud computing, systems modernization and security is seen as pivotal in implementing emerging digital tools and enhancing foreign policy communications.
Julie Trainor, FRC’s executive vice president, said the contracts reflect the company’s commitment to support the State Department’s mission to strengthen and modernize global diplomacy and policies.
Category: Federal Civilian
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