Merlin Books $200M in DHS, VA Enterprise Tech Support Contracts

Merlin International has secured contracts worth up to $200 million to help modernize enterprise information technology systems at the departments of Homeland Security and Veterans Affairs.

The company said Monday it aims to provide new tools for DHS and VA to manage critical missions and advance IT modernization efforts.

DHS components the company will support include the offices for intelligence and analysis, security operations and the requirements and capabilities analysis of the Transportation Security Administration, as well as the Customs and Border Protection‘s field operations and Border Patrol organization.

Merlin will also support the Financial Management Transformation Service of the VA’s Office of Financial Solutions.

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