FBI Taps Guidehouse for IT Support Services
McLean, Virginia-based consulting firm Guidehouse will provide the FBI’s Office of Chief Information Officer with information technology services under a five-year contract.
According to the company’s press release announcing the contract award, the OCIO seeks assistance in maintaining customer-centric IT resources, boosting business functions, defining enterprise technology standards and ensuring interoperability of enterprise services.
The office also requires IT services for operational agility, strategic management, transformation efforts, and cybersecurity, Guidehouse said Thursday.
The company noted that it has more than 17 years of partnership with the bureau, involving ties in such areas as finance, facilities, strategy, data governance, organizational design, data analytics and program and project management.
John Saad, a Guidehouse partner and its Defense and Security Segment Leader, said the company looks forward to maintaining support services to the FBI and extending services to the OCIO. He added that Guidehouse will continue bringing to the bureau “consultants that are passionate about the FBI’s public safety mission.”
The FBI contract follows an $89.9 million award from the U.S. Army Materiel Command for Guidehouse to help modernize its financial operations.
According to a Federal News Network report on Thursday, Guidehouse’s federal contracts in 2023 run at $905 million, with the departments of Homeland Security, Health and Human Services and Interior as the company’s largest federal clients.
Category: Digital Modernization
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