Sevatec Awarded Contract Worth $118 Million To Support DOJ

Sonny Kakar, CEO of Sevatec

Recently, Sevatec, Inc. announced that the firm has been awarded a prime contract to support the United States DOJ, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF). The five-year contract with a total ceiling value of $118 million becomes the largest single award in the firm’s seven-year history. Sevatec will deliver Information Technology Analysis, Software Design, and Development Support Services including but not limited to application development and maintenance, end-to-end system testing, and development t and integration of leading mobile technology and security solutions in support of ATF’s diverse employee and stakeholder base.

“It is well known that ATF’s mission is to help protect our citizens, our communities and our country,” said Sonny Kakar, Sevatec’s President and CEO. “As a nation-wide law enforcement agency, ATF’s employees and stakeholders rely heavily on access to critical information, training, research and technology. It is a tremendous honor for us to be selected by ATF as their best value partner to help achieve their critical mission.”

“ATF’s leadership has made it clear that they will leverage secure mobile solutions and smart systems development efforts to deliver real-time, critical information into the hands of their field agents and partners,” added Burke Cox, Sevatec’s COO. “During these challenging times, it is extremely satisfying to know we will help ATF deliver innovative, secure solutions to field agents who are responsible for protecting Americans from terrorist activities, violent crimes, illegal use of firearms and explosives, and the illegal diversion of alcohol and tobacco, to name a few.”

Sevatec’s trusted partners on this engagement include, Systems Research and Applications Corporation, Sapient Government Services, and Oracle Consulting.

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