The company received the four-year, $6.1 million contract through the Air Force’s Network Centric Solutions 2 vehicle, known as Netcents 2.
This is the company’s first Netcents 2 task order and it will bring experience in government healthcare, said CEO Jim Regan.
The company will centralize and streamline existing enterprise architecture tools, frameworks, models and artifacts.
Netcents 2 covers work involving IT portfolio management analysis, engineering and architectural analysis and business process re-engineering.
The company added it will help develop plans and strategies for new service-oriented architectures.