Vencore, Inc. has been awarded the Joint Engineering Teams – Sustainment (JETS) Benefits Portfolio task order under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions (EAGLE) II contract.
JETS is a five-year contract with a total ceiling value of US$96 million.
DevOps, agile development services and lean processes
Under the task order, Vencore will provide DHS U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) with high-productivity, agile development services and lean processes focused on the efficient and effective sustainment of the IT applications and systems currently in production at the department.
USCIS is a leader in the federal movement toward the adoption of agile approaches and open source frameworks. On this contract, Vencore will join industry peers and federal employees, working collaboratively in an open environment, to provide support in architecture and design, processes and practices, continuous integration and continuous delivery, testing and quality assurance.
Supporting the US government manage immigration services
“USCIS is a frontrunner in evolving mission-critical systems and technologies to support the government’s efforts to effectively manage immigration services,” said Mac Curtis, president and CEO, Vencore, Inc. “Vencore is confident it can provide unparalleled service to USCIS by bringing expertise in portfolio-level agile approaches and collaborative development and operations (DevOps).”
JETS marks Vencore’s second task order win on the EAGLE II contract having recently been awarded the Federal Protective Service (FPS) contract to provide professional and technical management in support of IT related services across the FPS enterprise.
Edited from press release by Cecilia Rehn.