Acentia to Manage SEC Technology Investment, US Agriculture Telecom Network

Acentia has won three federal contracts with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Acentia will provide the SEC with project management and requirements analysis for several new technology initiatives designed to modernize its systems. Terms of the deal weren’t released.

Acentia will also continue to manage technology investments for the SEC’s offices of financial management, human resources and administrative service.

“For the SEC to modernize its technology infrastructure, they need a partner that has broad expertise across many technology areas, with deep experience analyzing and visualizing very large sets of data, ” said David Shuping, a federal IT sector executive for Acentia. “This win demonstrates the trust that the SEC places in Acentia supporting their essential programs of national significance.”

For the USDA, Acentia won a performance-based contract to provide network management support services for the universal telecommunications network.

Acentia’s work will support the USDA’s readiness and preparedness in the event of an emergency and has been classified by the Department as “mission essential.”

The company will provide network management and customer support services to the UTN, legacy systems, continuity of operations sites and USDA internal agencies and external customers.

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