KBR (NYSE: KBR) has won a potential $126.7 million contract to provide mission-critical information technology support services to the federally owned Volpe National Transportation Systems Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
An award notice posted Thursday on SAM.gov says the MITS contract encompasses technology assessment and modernization; system analysis, development, deployment, field support and analytical research analysis; system architectures and framework; and laboratory facility and operations support.
Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies, which KBR acquired in April 2018, provided on-site IT support services to the Department of Transportation’s Volpe Center under a $302.6 million contract SGT won in September 2015.
Houston-based KBR inherited the work through the acquisition and noted on its website that the company uses web frameworks, a cloud and serverless architecture, data analytics, machine learning and Agile/DevOps approaches to support the DOT-operated center.
KBR listed in its fiscal year 2020 earnings statement the updated names of four units within its government solutions arm.