IndraSoft to Help Transform Air Force Software Dev’t Under $95M Basic Ordering Agreement

Jeff Brody

The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center has awarded IndraSoft a potential five-year, $95M basic ordering agreement to support a software development transformation initiative as part of the LevelUP Program under  AFLMC's cryptologic and cyber systems division.

IndraSoft said Wednesday it will help the center integrate and license software, programming tools and data with the use of DevSecOps methodology through the LevelUP Program, which is meant to accelerate delivery of systems for U.S. Air Force and Department of Defense use.

Work under the BOA will include applying the approach to continuous integration and delivery software platforms, the company added.

Raj Lingam, president and chief technology officer of IndraSoft, said the company uses "DevSecOps pipeline and Agile development" services in efforts to help customers determine the potential for cyber technology to speed up delivery and response times.

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