Hill Associates Gets Potential $100M Treasury Enterprise IT Support BPA

Hill Associates has secured a potential five-year, $100M blanket purchase agreement to provide a wide range of enterprise information technology services to the Treasury Department.

The company said Monday it will support the Treasury’s business and technical transformation initiatives as well as help the department update and implement its IT strategy.

Rockville, Md.-based Hill Associates serves as a prime contractor on the BPA and leads a team composed of  Accenture‘s (NYSE: ACN) federal business, Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), CTAC and IT Coalition.

Primary tasks under the BPA include financial management, systems security, acquisition and cloud support services. The scope of work could expand to cover consulting and support for cloud and mobility services, data center consolidation, information security and programmatic support.

“We are honored to have been selected for this important work and look forward to building upon our eight years of support for Treasury programs, networking, telecommunications and bureau IT service requirements and missions,” said Kelsey Hill, president of Hill Associates.

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