Home / Press Releases / CSRA Subsidiary Eyes Work Under HHS IT Engineering BPA; Kamal Narang Comments

CSRA Subsidiary Eyes Work Under HHS IT Engineering BPA; Kamal Narang Comments

Kamal Narang

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 19, 2018 — A CSRA (NYSE: CSRA) subsidiary will work to secure information technology engineering work under the Department of Health and Human Services‘ potential $139 million Next-Generation IT Services blanket purchase agreement, ExecutiveBiz reported.

The company said SRA International was selected to be part of the BPA for the delivery of IT infrastructure engineering services to the Office of IT Infrastructure and Operations in support of the operating and staff divisions within HHS.

“We are excited to continue our work with HHS and broaden CSRA’s portfolio of next-gen solutions, which now includes direct engineering services for the department’s headquarters’ IT infrastructure,” said Kamal Narang, vice president of CSRA’s health group.

About Executive Mosaic: Founded in 2002, Executive Mosaic is a leadership organization and media company. Executive Mosaic offers highly coveted executive events, breaking business news on the Government Contracting industry, and delivers robust and reliable content through seven influential websites and four consequential E-newswires. Headquarters are located in Tysons Corner, VA. www.executivemosaic.com

Contact:
David Smith
(703) 226-7002
david.smith@executivemosaic.com

Check Also

Potomac Officers Club Announces Stuart Hazlett of U.S. Army as Panelist for 4th Annual Army Forum on Oct. 2nd

On October 2nd, Potomac Officers Club will host the 4th Annual Army Forum at the 2941 Restaurant in Falls Church, Va. Dr. Bruce Jette of the U.S. Army will be the keynote speaker for the event. A full expert panel of GovCon leaders will also be featured during the forum with the panelists to be announced over the coming weeks.

KBR Partners With AWS, NASA to Hold Autonomous Vehicle Racing Event; Byron Bright Quoted

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 6, 2019 — KBR (NYSE: KBR) staged an event with Amazon Web Services and NASA last month where participants operated small autonomous cars using a machine learning model at a race that was aimed to demonstrate the technology, ExecutiveBiz reported Aug. 22.