Sevatec to Update TSA’s Mission-Critical Apps; Sonny Kakar Quoted

Sevatec to Update TSA’s Mission-Critical Apps; Sonny Kakar Quoted
Sonny Kakar Founder and CEO Sevatec

Sevatec has received a 48-month, $48 million task order to help the Transportation Security Administration modernize and maintain applications through modern information technology approaches.

The company said Tuesday it will support the agency's Flexible Agile Scalable Teams as part of the task order awarded under the Alliant 2 governmentwide contract vehicle.

“We are fortunate that our experience working with the most forward leaning CIOs across the federal government informs our digital transformation strategy as we tackle our customer's mission imperatives," said Sonny Kakar, founder and CEO of Sevatec.

Under this task order, Sevatec will serve TSA's Law Enforcement/Federal Air Marshal Service mission through Agile Design, Development and Application Production requirements for a variety of mission-critical applications across the entire agency.

Sevatec will integrate modernized software development practices and deep experience across the Department of Homeland Security to deliver improved software quality and value. Sevatec’s work will enable advanced user experience while managing, monitoring, securing and supporting system operations.

The company will integrate a software delivery supply chain that integrates human-centered design, DevSecOps, cloud based deployments, continuous cybersecurity and analytics into a comprehensive framework. 

"For years we have shared lessons learned across national security… to help facilitate collaboration and share solutions that address common challenges… It is truly an honor to be selected by TSA to support one of their most mission-critical portfolio of applications," Kakar added.

About Sevatec

Sevatec builds the software that powers national security missions. Our Digital Software Supply Chain, called Shift Up™, which brings together commercial best practices and advanced technology tools in Agile delivery, human-centered design, DevSecOps, Cloud, Security, and Data, has helped us modernize several hundred applications across the federal government.  

Founded in 2003 on the concept of "Seva," meaning "to Serve a Greater Purpose," we serve the missions of homeland and law enforcement agencies, Department of Defense, General Services Administration, Department of Transportation, and multiple civilian departments and agencies.

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