Octo Consulting Group, Inc., a provider of mission-critical technology solutions and management consulting for the federal government, has been awarded a 5-year prime contract award forthe Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) $400 million Information Technology Services Contract (ITSC) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA).
The contract will support complex IT needs including software deployment, infrastructure and enterprise support and other mission-critical technology areas.
“We are extremely honored for our team to be selected to assist the FBI in addressing their most critical mission support and IT needs,” said Brian Swenson, executive vice president of National Security for Octo Consulting Group. “The ITSC award exemplifies significant progress toward achieving Octo’s strategy of providing solutions that enable complex missions and points to our strengths as a trusted, innovative partner in the national security domain.”
As the FBI mission continues to grow and challenges become more complex, the contract will assist the FBI’s advance critical technical capabilities. Octo Consulting Group, led by CEO and President Mehul Sanghani, is based in McLean and qualified to bid on all upcoming FBI ITSC task orders, the company reported.
In addition to the recent ITSC contract, Octo has supported the FBI across multiple branches including Information Technology, National Security, Criminal, Cyber, Response and Services, as well as Science and Technology.