CSRA to Continue DHS Data Center Support Under $967M Contract; Catherine Kuenzel Comments

CSRAA CSRA (NYSE: CSRA) subsidiary has been awarded a potential $967 million contract to provide managed information technology services to a U.S. Department of Homeland Security-run data center.

CSRA said Tuesday its CSC Government Solutions unit will support hardware, software, network and security infrastructure and applications as well as provide private cloud technology and project management services at DHS’ Data Center 1.

“We’re pleased to build on our longstanding partnership with DHS, ” said Catherine Kuenzel, executive vice president and general manager of CSRA’s homeland security group.

Kuenzel added the company will use an “as-a-service” business model to help the department manage and secure IT operations.

The single-award contract has six base months and four one-year options.

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