Evoke Research and Consulting Awarded $65M US Energy Department Contract

Greg Blaisdell, Evoke Research and Consulting

Evoke Research and Consulting, LLC (Evoke) has announced that it has won a five-year, $65 million dollar blanket purchase agreement to provide policy, strategy and governance support services to the U.S. Department of Energy.

“We are honored to be selected by the Department of Energy to meet the needs of a project of this scope, visibility and strategic importance,” said Jim Loreto, Evoke managing partner. “We see this BPA win as validation that agencies like the DOE are willing to engage consulting firms like ours that are focused on best value, willing to collaborate with clients as partners in order to support the critical role of the CIO in meeting mission needs.”

Greg Blaisdell, Evoke managing partner, added: “We recognize the importance of this contract award for DOE. All of us at Evoke are excited to start work with our new clients; we have already set plans in motion to support the CIO and other key stakeholders to facilitate strategic information management, cyber initiatives, and strategies to create business value for enterprise stakeholders and customers. This is a great opportunity to showcase our capabilities and build upon our reputation of delivery with high caliber management consultants.”

Key features of the five-year purchase agreement (one base year and four option years) encompass executive services including cyber strategy, implementation, plan development, assessments and analysis of cyber initiatives. The contract scope includes additional support for resource and financial management, budget and internal controls, portfolio management, IT policy development and implementation, records and privacy management, data collection, validation, analytics and reporting metrics.

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