Accenture Federal Services has won an IT infrastructure operations and modernization contract with U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Under the $380 million award, the company will deliver technology support across various programs within the agency.
“With more than 60,000 agency personnel, U.S. Customs and Border Protection is one of the largest law enforcement organizations in the world,” said Maurine Fanguy, a managing director in Accenture Federal Services and CBP client lead.
“Our team brings hands-on experience across 52 technical disciplines to help keep operations running securely and efficiently across the agency’s complex ecosystem as it protects our nation’s security.”
Accenture Federal Services will also provide IT infrastructure operations and modernization services for CBP’s Washington, D.C., headquarters, and all its divisions, offices, regional locations and data centers. The company will also make enhancements to current CBP operations.
“U.S. Customs and Border Protection, which operates in 48 countries across 328 ports of entry to protect the American people, safeguard our borders, and enhance the nation’s economic prosperity, has been a valued Accenture Federal Services customer for nearly two decades,” said David Pelgrim, a client delivery executive in Accenture Federal Services.
“As we enter phase two of the Data Center Support Services (DCSS) work, Accenture Federal Services is proud to continue our trusted partnership with this mission-focused agency.”
Accenture Federal Services won two other awards last year that support the Department of Homeland Security, including the Transportation and Security Administration’s Secure Flight and credential management contracts.