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Oteemo Gets $95M Basic Ordering Agreement for Air Force LevelUp DevSecOps Services

Jeff Brody

Reston, Va.-based information technology consulting firm Oteemo has received a potential five-year, $95M basic ordering agreement to provide DevSecOps pipeline and platform integration support services for the U.S. Air Force’s LevelUP program.

The LevelUP program of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s cryptologic and cyber systems division uses Kubernetes, containers and other cloud native architectures as well as Agile and lean principles to transform the development and deployment of software on all Air Force systems in support of warfighters, Oteemo said Thursday.

"Oteemo is excited and proud to be a part of the LevelUP Codeworks program. We look forward to partnering with LevelUP teams and helping build state-of-the-art software development factories and driving innovation within the Air Force to create, deploy and continuously engineer DevSecOps capabilities," said Raja Gudepu, founder and CEO of Oteemo.

Oteemo is a cloud transformation and enterprise DevSecOps consultancy focused on helping federal agencies and companies transform software development and deployment through the use of containers, Kubernetes and cloud native architectures.

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