CSRA Awarded Potential $116M DOJ IT System Services Task Order; Sally Sullivan Comments

CSRACSRA (NYSE: CSRA) has received a potential five-year, $116 million task order from the Justice Department to update and maintain information technology systems at seven DOJ offices and bureaus.

Sally Sullivan
Sally Sullivan

DOJ’s Office of Justice Programs aims to help the sites use shared services, consolidate data and conduct electronic government initiatives through this IT modernization effort, CSRA said Thursday.

OJP aims to extend funds for state, local and private organizations to develop crime-related methods and maintain the safety of citizens across the country through the modernization work.

Sally Sullivan, executive vice president for homeland security at CSRA, said the company will continue its 10-year relationship with OJP and aim to help the office facilitate greater work collaboration, flexibility and productivity..

DOJ awarded the task order through the NIH NITAAC CIO-SP3 governmentwide contract vehicle for IT products and services.

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