Science Applications International Corp. has won a $1.3 billion single-source 7-year contract with the Treasury Department to provide a complete range of cloud and professional services, called T-Cloud.
The contract supports Treasury as it adopts a multicloud environment by centralizing management of the systems infrastructure, platform and software-as-a-service by a single broker. It will provide full suites of AWS, Microsoft, Google, IBM and Oracle cloud services, with opportunity to onboard new cloud service providers.
“T-Cloud will enable the Treasury Department to rapidly and securely adopt a modern, flexible and cost-effective approach to utilizing and consuming data in the cloud,” said Bob Genter, president of SAIC’s defense and civilian sector.
Under the contract, SAIC is tasked with delivering a shared service cloud infrastructure model that enhances enterprise-wide access, contracting and security. The company will also provide services for business operations, technical, security, network, service desk, subject matter expert support and transition services.
“SAIC is honored to be the Treasury Department’s cloud services digital transformation partner,” Genter said.