Excella to Deliver DevOps, Software Dev’t Support to OPM Under $292M BPA

Excella has received a potential $292M blanket purchase agreement to provide software development and DevOps support services for the Office of Personnel Management.

The company said Tuesday the BPA has one base year, followed by four options, and includes systems analysis and architecture; development; enhancement, systems testing and maintenance; and project management support to OPM’s office of the chief information officer.

“OPM faces a critical time in its history, as many of its core programs are currently slated to migrate to the General Services Administration. They are proactively preparing their systems and processes to continue to thrive,” said Matt Pincombe, a partner at Excella.

Pincombe added the company’s team of professionals will help OPM’s CIO office carry out its citizen services delivery efforts through the BPA.

The BPA came a month after Excella secured a potential $49.5M contract to provide analytics tools for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service’s fraud detection and national security directorate.

Arlington, Va.-based Excella provides Agile transformation, modernization, advanced data and analytics, digital service delivery and other information technology services for federal agencies and companies.

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