Salient CRGT Inc. announced July 19 that the company has been awarded a task order award from the Administrative Office of the United States Courts (AOUSC), Department of Program Services, Judiciary Data and Analysis Office (DPS/JDAO). This five-year (1 base, 4-year options), effective June 1, 2016, is valued at approximately $30 million.
“Our data warehouse experts are uniquely qualified to support this complex effort,” Salient CRGT President Tom Ferrando said. “Our decade of experience within various offices of the AOUSC has prepared us to help our customer successfully modernize their systems and integrate disparate data from sources nationwide. For the benefit of our customers, we invest in the latest technologies and innovations to provide sophisticated solutions while reducing maintenance costs.”
This task order was awarded under the company’s JMAS IV prime contract to provide Development Support and Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Support for a new, Integrated Enterprise Data Warehouse (IEDW) for the DPS/JDAO.
The AOUSC is the administrative arm of the federal Judiciary. The JDAO is responsible for establishing an overall strategy for Judiciary data, as well as the development and implementation of an IEDW. The IEDW will be a business intelligence system, integrating strategic information from multiple sources within the Judiciary. This includes consolidating the Court Integrated Resource Information System (CIRIS), Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW), New Streamline Timely Access to Statistics (NewSTATS), data marts, and other data sources.
Salient CRGT will support the full lifecycle development of the IEDW: requirements analysis, design, development, testing, training, and implementation of new software and data visualization tools. After development, Salient CRGT will continue to support the IEDW with O&M services, as well as expertise in business intelligence, data integration, and data governance.
This award was through its wholly owned subsidiary, CRGT Inc.