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Noblis to Provide IRS Analytics, Cyber Support Under Potential $160M Contract

Noblis won a position on a potential five-year, $160M basic purchasing agreement to provide analytics and cyber fraud detection services to the Internal Revenue Service.

The company said Wednesday it aims to help the IRS research, applied analytics and statistics division update the agency’s processes to manage tax collections, audit public revenues, address fraudulent threats and improve the quality of service to taxpayers.

“We are honored to be selected and look forward to continuing our scientific and technical contributions to the IRS mission,” said Mile Corrigan, vice president of Noblis’ federal civilian solutions business.

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