Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Administration (OA) Selects Unissant to Provide Software Development, Database Administration and LAN Services
Unissant, Inc., a data analytics and business solutions provider that combines agility with innovation, recently announced that it was selected by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in a competitive bid process to plan, design, develop, implement and maintain software systems, web servers, software applications, databases and network services for The Office of Administrative Services Information System (OASIS) and related applications, as defined by the OASIS security accreditation boundary. The OASIS security accreditation boundary includes all services and applications that run on OA servers and is defined by NIST standards.
“Since 2013, we have supported the EPA in gaining operational efficiencies and building innovative and scalable applications. By implementing an Oracle 12c database, we will help the EPA scale up and down as needed, ensuring their business tasks are completed on time and within budget,” said Manish Malhotra, President and CEO of Unissant. “We look forward to continuing our work with EPA to provide innovative solutions that enhance their business processes through applications that are simple, efficient and reliable.”
The OA is responsible for the development, maintenance and administration of programs related to the acquisition and maintenance of EPA facilities, including recycling and pollution prevention initiatives, property and space management, personnel security, physical security, classified information security, the HSPD-12 initiative, environmental compliance, health and safety programs, medical surveillance and general reporting for all programs. Unissant will provide the critical support and new development services in support of EPA’s mission-critical systems.
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