Information technology consulting company Unissant has won six-year task orders worth $229.5M combined to help modernize the Customs and Border Protection’s software and technologies for analysis and targeting operations.
Unissant secured a $182.M task order to operate and maintain the CBP Targeting and Analysis Systems Program Directorate’s automated targeting system for passenger vetting, G2Xchange FedCiv reported Friday.
The company will work with Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) and Linkware to update the ATS software suite, migrate workloads to a cloud environment and implement technology modifications.
Unissant also won a $47.2M order to develop analysis and targeting software in addition to managing the CBP's “big data” cluster.
Small businesses Centrifuge and Rock Elm will partner with Unissant for the second award.
CBP awarded the contract to Unissant through the National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center’s Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 vehicle.
Unissant is a small business headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, that offers business transformation and consultancy services including data analytics, DevOps, cloud migration and cybersecurity support.