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CSRA to Help Build Federal Court E-Filing Platform Under $115M Task Order

CSRACSRA (NYSE: CSRA) has received a potential five-year, $115 million task order to develop software for the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts to electronically manage case filings across the federal court system.

The company said Monday it will perform lifecycle support for the agency’s court probation and pre-trial services management applications as well as its case management and electronic court filing platform.

“CSRA has worked on the important missions of the AOUSC for more than 16 years, ” said Charles Koontz, an executive vice president at CSRA’s civil group.

Koontz added the company aims to help the agency implement scaled agile and DevOps methodologies for its enterprise software development initiative.

The order was awarded through the Judiciary Multiple-Award Schedule contract vehicle and includes program management, solutions architecture, software engineering and business requirements analysis services.

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