ECS announced it has secured a multiple award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract in support of the Federal Communications Commission’s requirement for application development support services.
The full scope of the contract includes support across program and project management, software and application development, documentation and extreme programming for the FCC Information Technology Center.
“Our application services team is focused on developing and delivering highly secure, scalable, and effective solutions,” said John Heneghan, ECS president. “We are thrilled to continue our partnership with the FCC to help them realize an improved stakeholder experience and meet organizational priorities.”
As an awardee, ECS will provide application development support services for existing, modernized and new systems. ECS will have the dual goal of improving FCC stakeholders’ experience in meeting business requirements and providing tight coordination of service delivery with other FCC ITC contractors.
“We couldn’t be more pleased with this opportunity to expand our support of the FCC ITC in a broad-based effort to develop and deploy improved IT applications across the FCC Bureaus and Offices,” said Keith Quigley, ECS senior vice president of enterprise solutions. “We will work closely with the FCC ITC, as well as any other FCC ITC contractors, in delivering applications that improve work efficiency, effectiveness, and experience for FCC personnel.”