Idaho DOT chooses Ciber for enterprise architecture work

The Idaho Transportation Department has selected Ciber Inc. to help it build an enterprise architecture strong enough to support new technology systems and applications that are part of a departmentwide transformation initiative.

Under a three-year contract worth $3 million, Ciber of Denver will assess the department's computing structure and architecture, develop an enterprise architecture blueprint, implement the enterprise architecture solution, and train and mentor staff in its use.

The company wants to help the customer assess its architecture in the most expeditious way and transfer industry best practices to department operations, said Barry van Zandt, vice president of Ciber's Government Enterprise Architecture Practice, in a statement.

Ciber wants to make sure the department is 'learning the most efficient and up-to-date methods of enterprise architecture design and implementation,' he said.

William Welsh is the deputy editor of Government Computer News' sister publication Washington Technology.

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