On June 24, 2015 Attain, LLC announced that it was awarded an Information Technology Portfolio Support Service contract. The contract is through the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Water (OW) and the Chesapeake Bay Program Office (CBO).
Attain will now be responsible for implementing development services to assist the EPA Office of Water’s ability to study and protect the quality of the United States’ water system. In addition Attain will be working regionally with the CBPO via data collection and analytics.
“We are proud to support the vitally important missions of EPA Office of Water and the Chesapeake Bay Program Office,” said Attain’s president of federal services Manish Agarwal. “The portfolio of applications we will support not only allows EPA to ensure drinking water is safe, but enables both the Office of Water and CBPO to more effectively restore and maintain oceans, watersheds, and their aquatic ecosystems to protect human health, support economic and recreational activities, and provide a healthy habitat for fish, plants, and wildlife.”
Attain has experience in cloud computing and Geospatial Information System (GIS) development in scientific water modeling that it can rely on to fully meet the needs of the OW and the CBPO.
“Our support of EPA Office of Water and CBPO continues Attain’s tradition of bringing leading edge technologies such as cloud computing together with an agile approach to create a framework for increased value and assured mission success,” said Greg Baroni, Attain Chairman and CEO.
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