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Fusion Technology Secures $160M FBI Agile Services Contract

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Fusion Technology Secures $160M FBI Agile Services Contract

Fusion Technology, a Bridgeport, West Virginia-based information technology company, announced that it has received a $159.8 million contract to provide the FBI with its Scaled Agile Framework services. The bureau awarded the task order under the FBI Agility with SAFe Teams Law Enforcement Support Services contract vehicle Fusion said Thursday.

The five-year contract calls for the company to field a team of its Agile practitioners for mission-critical tasks at the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services division. 

The Fusion team’s responsibilities include work on the bureau’s National Data Exchange system on criminal justice information and Law Enforcement Online information sharing platform. The team will also support the CJIS division’s stewardship of crime data statistics for law enforcement.

Todd Morris, Fusion CEO, expressed excitement over the FBI contract, which he said will “establish an innovative, fully remote, national program.”

Eli Hammerman, Fusion’s chief growth officer, sees the FBI task as transformative for the company, as it anticipates further growth in servicing the national security sector. Aside from the FBI, Fusion has also landed tasks from the U.S. Air Force, the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of State.

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