Maximus has been awarded a 10-year contract from the Securities and Exchange Commission worth $323 million.
The contract was awarded under the SEC OneIT indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity vehicle. Maximus’ work includes expanding its existing Enterprise Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval System Support Services to encompass the entire EDGAR system.
“This contract with the SEC is further validation of the work that has been performed and we look forward to helping the SEC meet their critical mission objectives including protecting investors while maintaining fair, orderly, and efficient markets,” said Teresa Weipert, general manager of Maximus Federal.
The EDGAR system performs automated collection, validation, indexing, acceptance and forwarding of submissions by companies and others legally required to file forms with SEC. As part of the contract, Maximus will also continue to deliver EDGAR application and ancillary system operations and maintenance, and filer support.
“At Maximus, our focus is aimed at helping agencies achieve their IT modernization and digital transformation goals. We look forward to working alongside the SEC to conceptualize the future state of EDGAR,” Weipert said.
The award expands Maximus’ current scope of work in enterprise IT infrastructure, modernization, digital transformation, agile software development, and cybersecurity services for EDGAR. It received the award as the incumbent through its acquisition of Attain, a longtime SEC partner, earlier this year.