MAXIMUS Federal has been awarded the Internal Revenue Service’s Information Technology Financial Management Application Support task order, a 5-year award valued at $40 million for the total contract period.
Under the contract, which was awarded through the General Services Administration’s Alliant 2 contract vehicle, MAXIMUS Federal will continue support the IRS’ Custodial Financial Systems. These systems record and report tax information to allow the agency to conduct private debt collection and passport management, and to meet the requirements of the annual Government Accountability Office audit of the U.S. General Ledger.
MAXIMUS will also help the IRS provide agile support to implement new tax legislation with impacts at the agency level and for tax filers and preparers.
“We are extremely proud to be the recipient of this ITFMAS award from our long-standing partners at the IRS,” said Tom Romeo, president and general manager of MAXIMUS Federal. “This award is a further extension of our ongoing commitment to serve the IRS and to support IT security, continuity, and optimization of financial management operations for years to come.”
MAXIMUS has worked with the IRS since 1991, most recently winning a 5-year, $119 million task performing IT security implementation support in October.