InTec wins DHS PACTS II task order worth up to $107M

InTec, LLC, a service disabled veteran-owned small business headquartered in Fairfax, VA, announced on October 1 that it was awarded a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) task order to support the DHS Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO).  The five-year contract has a potential value of $107M and was awarded on the DHS PACTS II IDIQ contract.

InTec will assist the DHS OCIO with its program management processes, portfolio and project management, performance management and financial analysis of IT system management, enterprise architecture, systems engineering, industrial engineering, change management, business transformation, infrastructure analysis, system implementation and policy compliance to improve service delivery, enhance performance, reduce downtime, decrease potential risks, implement cost savings and achieve cost avoidances.

According to Nate Copeland, InTec senior vice president and chief operating officer, “We are honored that DHS has selected InTec to operate, maintain and improve critical enterprise infrastructure.  We look forward to leveraging our portfolio and project management experience, combined with our deep knowledge of network architecture and operations, to help the OCIO achieve an infrastructure environment that is reliable, scalable, flexible, maintainable, accessible and secure.”

Source: InTec