SecuriGence LLC (SG), a minority and Veteran-owned small business focused on providing Systems Engineering, Cyber Security, Software Engineering, and Cloud/Virtualization services to the federal government — announced today that it has been awarded the Enterprise Engineering and Architecture Support Services (EE&AS) BPA by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).  The single award BPA has a total potential value of $28.4 million over a 5-year period of 1 base period and 4 option periods.  SecuriGence has been awarded an initial call order on the BPA.

SecuriGence will provide integrated strategic, engineering, and programmatic support for the FCC Information Technology Center’s target state architecture and low risk, effective IT transformation. In addition, we will support the evolution of systems used by FCC to accomplish its mission.

“We are extremely excited and honored to be supporting the FCC, a new customer for SecuriGence, and their Information Technology Center (ITC) with its responsibility to implement and deploy major projects that support core mission capabilities for FCC’s Bureaus and Offices.  SecuriGence has deep experience enhancing and managing enterprise architecture and enterprise engineering programs.  SecuriGence stands ready to support the FCC with its Cloud Engineering, DevSecOps, Data Architecture, Business Intelligence, and Information Assurance expertise” said Michael Barnhart, Chief Executive Officer of SecuriGence.

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