EPA contract award
VMD Receives Environmental Protection Agency Contract to Support Fuel Reporting Systems
The Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality has awarded VMD a five-year, $22 million contract to support fuel compliance verification platforms such as the electronic Transactions, Registration, Reporting and Access information technology ecosystem. Specifically, the Fairfax, Virginia-based company will assist with DevSecOps practices and provide cloud computing, data analytics, robotic process automation and help desk services.
TeRRA, which encompasses all of the EPA’s Fuels program systems, is intended to provide internal and external stakeholders with industry-sourced compliance data on fuels and additives.
Recent contracts awarded by the agency include eight Small Business Innovation Research Phase II deals worth up to $400,000 each. Funding recipients are meant to develop commercially viable and eco-friendly technologies.
In May, General Dynamics Information Technology secured a task order with a ceiling of $89.5 million for the delivery and maintenance of a high-performance computing environment, modeling applications, scientific consulting and technical support. The order was made as part of the High-End Scientific Computing program, the EPA’s source of supercomputing capabilities.
GDIT won a $661.1 million task order from the agency in April for a variety of IT services, including cybersecurity, identity access management, and network and security operations.
Category: Federal Civilian
Tags: Environmental Protection Agency federal civilian fuel compliance fuel reporting Office of Transportation and Air Quality TeRRA VMD