Accenture Federal Services (NYSE: ACN) has been awarded a prime position on the TIPSS-4 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity suite of contracts, the primary procurement vehicle for technology services for the Internal Revenue Service.
TIPSS-4 is worth up to $4 billion with one base-year and nine one-year options.
Thirty-three contractors will support services from local microcomputer applications to large-scale integrated legacy systems, newly developed systems, security services and program management.
“As the mandate for the IRS continues to expand, Accenture is well positioned to support the next generation of this contract, ” said Craig Cornelius, managing director of Accenture’s U.S. federal civilian portfolio.
“Accenture intends to bring innovation to the IRS to create efficiencies, contain costs and evolve and improve both customer service and compliance. We look forward to continuing our IT work with Treasury, a valued client for more than 30 years.”