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Maximus to Help IRS Improve Data Delivery Capabilities

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Maximus to Help IRS Improve Data Delivery Capabilities

The Internal Revenue Service has awarded Maximus a four-year, $32 million task order for data delivery support services.

Maximus will provide development support to two mission-critical IRS systems. Specifically, the company will help the IRS identify and develop data delivery service models; enhance the technical components the agency has in place; work with the agency on designing, building, and developing world-class data services for internal and external stakeholders; and provide continuous services for database operation, sustenance and management.

The task order was awarded through the Alliant 2 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, Maximus said.

The award builds on the seven-year $2.6 billion IRS Enterprise Development, Operations Services contract the company received in May 2023.

Under EDOS, the company will have the chance to compete for task orders for development, modernization and enhancement services supporting the tax agency’s efforts to improve customer services. The contract’s main goal is to consolidate over 400 systems and reduce operational and maintenance costs.

Maximus also provides advanced technology support services to other U.S. government agencies. In 2022, it won a basic order agreement with the Department of Defense Joint Artificial Intelligence Office for Data Readiness for AI Development services.

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