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REI Wins $400M Contract to Update FDA IT Systems

REI Systems has secured a five-year, $400 million contract to help the Food and Drug Administration modernize and operate information technology systems through Agile methodology.

The company said Tuesday it will apply DevSecOps, containerization, cloud, security and analytic platforms to the agency’s IT modernization project under the Criminal Investigations, Imports and Systems Inspection Regulatory Compliance and Enforcement contract.

REI will assist the FDA Office of Regulatory Affairs in updating systems that support agency personnel who conduct border checks and on-site manufacturing inspections meant to protect customers from product risks.

The Sterling, Virginia-based technology services provider previously supported the agency’s Foreign Inspection Planning and Scheduling System.

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