Inadev has landed a $107 million contract with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to support a process automation project under the agency’s unit responsible for detecting identity theft cases.
The company said Tuesday it will help USCIS implement open source artificial intelligence and machine learning applications for the Fraud Investigation National Security Coordinated Heuristics Analytics program.
FINCH is a five-year effort that aims to identify and reduce incidents of immigration fraud through the use of DevSecOps, data science, analytics and agile methods.
The McLean, Virginia-based IT services provider is currently recruiting professionals from various disciplines to work on the project.