eGlobalTech (eGT) last month announced it will be supporting the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) under an Infrastructure, Design, Engineering, Architecture and Integration (IDEAI-2) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity agreement that contracts it to provide technical services and advice for the agency’s future information technology endeavors.
The woman-owned IT solutions and management consulting firm will under the contract provide secure system design, system planning, enterprise architecture, infrastructure and system engineering and life cycle support to the USPTO.
Rajiv Kadayam, the director of information technology solutions at eGlobalTech, said the company looks forward to fulfil the USPTO contract.
“eGlobalTech’s goal is to leverage our expertise in agile development, emerging technologies, and IT transformation to ensure that USPTO not only continues to serve its stakeholders, but does so at optimal performance levels,” Kadayam said.
The company is based in Arlington, Va.