EPA buys $276 million worth of IT services

EPA buys $276 million worth of IT services

The Environmental Protection Agency has chosen SRA International Inc. and Project Performance Corp. for a five-year, $276 million contract for IT advisory and assistance services.

EPA awarded the Information Technology Solutions-Business Information Strategic Support contract, called ITS-BISS, April 12. SRA received $148 million of the deal and Project Performance $128 million. The companies will provide IT services for EPA's information management policy, planning and program management activities. Specific services include enterprise architecture, information security, business process management and customer relationship management.

SRA's team includes more than 20 small and disadvantaged businesses with specialized expertise supporting EPA programs and regional offices.

"Our team will focus on integrating strategic business support with IT solutions to benefit EPA customers and improve environmental results," said Jim Whittaker, SRA's vice president of citizen-centric government services and ITS-BISS program manager. The Fairfax, Va., company employs 3,900 workers and had revenue of $615.8 million for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2004. The company is No. 31 on the 2004 Top 100 list of prime federal contractors compiled by Washington Technology, GCN's sister publication.

Project Performance of McLean, Va., is a management and IT consulting firm that employs 170 workers and has additional offices in Alexandria, Va., Dallas, Germantown, Md., and Washington. The company's federal client roster includes the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Energy Department, FBI, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Transportation Security Administration, and Patent and Trademark Office.

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