CSRA Subsidiary Gets $266M EPA IT Support Contract

A CSRA (NYSE: CSRA) subsidiary has received a potential five-year, $266 million contract to provide information technology support services for the Environmental Protection Agency.

SRA International will work to operate EPA’s application platforms and infrastructure in support of the agency’s office of information technology operations and research facilities across the U.S. under the contract, CSRA said Thursday.

Paul Nedzbala, executive vice president of CSRA’s health and civil group, said the company will work to deliver its next-generation technology platforms to EPA through the contract.

The contract awarded by the General Services Administration’s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center combines work from separate task orders and covers application hosting and maintenance, network security, data center management, cloud computing and cybersecurity services.

SRA International will also provide active directory, continuity of operations and enterprise identity and access management services.

EPA awarded CSRA a potential $58 million contract in April to maintain and support the agency’s supercomputing systems and laboratory projects associated with environmental modeling and visualization.

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