AceInfo Lands Spot on $450M USDA IT Support BPA; Mike Cosgrave Quoted

AceInfo Lands Spot on $450M USDA IT Support BPA; Mike Cosgrave Quoted
Mike Cosgrave COO AceInfo

Ace Info Solutions has won a position on a potential five-year, $450M blanket purchase agreement to provide information technology services for the Department of Agriculture.

The USDA IT Support Services BPA covers the delivery of strategic IT management, cloud and hosting support, websites and applications, IT security, software and hardware and compliance services to the U.S. Forest Service and other agencies within the department, AceInfo said Tuesday.

Mike Cosgrave, chief operating officer of AceInfo, said the company has been a long-time partner of USDA and is excited to help the department advance its IT modernization efforts.

“As the only mid-size company awarded a prime position, we bring a unique combination of entrepreneurial spirit, customer focus, and an outcomes-based approach to support USDA’s mission,” Cosgrave added.

AceInfo is a Dovel Technologies subsidiary based in Reston, Va., and provides cloud, application, cybersecurity, managed IT services to federal civilian and defense agency clients.

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