SAIC Wins Up to $320M In EPA Enterprise IT Work

Bob Genter, SAIC

SAIC announced Thursday it had been awarded a task order worth up to $320 million to provide enterprise IT solutions to the Environmental Protection Agency.

SAIC was awarded the task order through the General Services Administration’s Alliant Governmentwide Acquisition Contract. The task order, which is for one base year plus four option years, would be worth approximately $320 million if all options are exercised, according to SAIC.

“We are excited to be selected to provide enterprise services for the EPA under this important task order,” said Bob Genter, SAIC senior vice president and general manager of the Federal Civilian Customer Group. “The End User Services contract expands our long-standing support of the EPA and is another way for SAIC to provide the agency with mission-critical services.”

The task order uses an Information Technology Infrastructure Library framework,  and covers support for workstations, laptops, mobile devices and desktop operating systems and applications, according to SAIC. The task order will allow SAIC to deliver, manage and evolve end-user IT services, communication and collaboration tools, and end-user devices and applications for the entire EPA enterprise.

“We are focused on delivering and maintaining secure, stable and effective IT services that increase productivity by minimizing downtime while enhancing the work environment for users in the office and working remotely,” Genter said.

SAIC will perform work under the task order at Washington, D.C.; Research Triangle Park and Morrisville in North Carolina; SAIC’s new technology facility in Cookeville, Tennessee; and other EPA and SAIC locations nationwide.


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